Gendore Tractors & Machinery – Leongatha, VIC

82-84 Yarragon Rd, Leongatha VIC 3953, Australia


About us

Gendore Tractors & Machinery have been making Gippsland great since 1948!

We’re Gippsland’s largest suppliers of new and used farm machinery and are centrally located in Tooradin, Leongatha & Warragul. We look forward to offering you greener pastures!

Phone: 1800 436 3673

Product range


Landwirte weiltweit entscheiden sich für einen Hustler Equipment Ballenablöser. Die robuste...

Read more


Ob Rund- oder Quaderballen, kleine oder große Ballen, Hustler Ballenzangen mit ihren...

Read more


Proven in the field & around the world, Hustler’s Combi feedout wagons are designed for...

Read more

82-84 Yarragon Rd, Leongatha VIC 3953, Australia  

Read more

Key Contacts


Jordan Cornes

Business Development – Australia

Angus Hewetson

Global Business Development Manager

Emy Treadwell

Customer Care – Australia

What customer say


“Our first Comby proved that we could feed square bales if we had to buy square bales in dry times, more than adequately, does a great job of feeding out chopped silage, but also means if we’ve got a few round bales we can throw in the wagon and feed them”

Graeme Nicholl, Fish Creek (Australia) - Super Comby
Steve Synclair X5000

teve Synclair, a dairy farmer feeding 400 cattle, runs a one man operation in Stony Creek, South Gippsland. Watch this video to see how he does it, and why he didn’t hesitate to upgrade to the Chainless X5000 after feeding more than 20,000 bales with his Chain

Steve Synclair, Stony Creek (Australia) - Chainless X5000

“as it’s feeding over the top you can see that the main part of the bale just wants to stay down, you can tell it’s not going to block.  Feeds out beautifully, very happy with it”

Dairy Farmer, Fish Creek (Australia) - Chainless X5000
doug hanks

Doug Hanks milks 440 dairy cows and runs 300 head of beef cattle in Stony Creek, after having tried most brands of feedout cart and found them unreliable in the past he thought he’d give Hustler a go. Read on to see what he has to say 5 years down the track…

Doug Hanks, Stoney Creek, (Australia) - SL700X
steve synclair

Steve Synclair, a dairy farmer feeding 400 cattle, runs a one man operation in Stony Creek, South Gippsland. Watch this video to see how he does it, and why he didn’t hesitate to upgrade to the Chainless X5000 after feeding more than 20,000 bales with his Chai

Steve Synclair, Stony Creek (Australia) - Katipo 1150
Ashley Rowe_Ardrossan_Ashley Rowe 1_Mar 18

Ardrossan producer Ashley Rowe was so convinced of the benefits to be gained from the Hustler SL360X, he bought two of them.

Ashley Rowe, Ardrossa (South Australia) - SL360X
Ian dickson

Like much of eastern Australia, Milawa is currently in drought. Ian’s two Hustler X5000 bale feeders have shaved thousands of hours off his feeding operations and made the process safer and more streamlined.

Ian Dickson in (Milawa), Australia - Chainless X5000
Test aus

“We brought the Hustler feedout wagon because of its simplicity and the diversity of being able to go from pit silage to round silage which was a great asset”

Trent Adams, Chatsworth House (Australia) - Super Comby EX

“The single biggest reason we chose the Comby feeder is because we only needed one machine to do it all.”

David Hurford, Katunga (Australia) - Super Comby

“I was impressed with how it trails the grain across the top of the hay and with how much labour it takes out of the work”

James Bishop, Mullaley (Australia) - Super Comby

“Our farm is quite remote so the most important thing is reliability. The Super Comby has proven to us over the past few seasons that it is the most reliable machine available”

Mark Coots, Mildura (Australia) - Super Comby
Mark James

Irongate Wagyu, located near Albany, Western Australia, produce the finest Wagyu beef. We caught up with 30 year beef cattle veteran Mark James who manages the herd, to see why he chose Hustler’s unique Comby feeder…

Mark James, Irongate Wagyu, Albany (West Australia) - Super Comby EX
Tom wilson

Tom Wilson manages Salt Creek Merino Stud, which currently has 18,000 lambs on his farm. Having previously needed 2 feed out wagons to keep them all fed, find out how he cut up to 21 km’s a day off their feeding routine.

Tom Wilson (Australia) - Mega Comby XL

We visit McLennan Holdings in Meander, Tasmania, who recently replaced their Chainless 4000 with the all new X5000.

Callumn Broomhall, Meander (Australia) - Chainless X5000

“Over the years I have purchased 4 Robertson machines. They are the strongest, most reliable, hardest working machine around. With the capability of feeding out silage, round & square bales so it also saved us capital expenditure by eliminating the need to pur

Ged, Warrnambool (Australia), Feedout wagon
Glenn Anderson

Glenn Anderson, a beef farmer located in Northern Tasmania, and his family run a Gelbvieh & Murray Grey Stud. Read this story to see how they overcame feed shortages…

Glenn Anderson, Tasmania (Australia) - Chainless X5000
luke carr

With drought impacting large areas of New South Wales, keeping stock healthy at the lowest possible cost is a top priority for producers. Comobella farmer Luke Carr finds the Chainless X2500 bale feeding system allows him to feed his stock efficiently and with

Luke Carr, Comobella (Australia) - Chainless X2500
Mark Mawhood

When Oberon’s Mark Mawhood saw his shy feeders and calves missing out on access to feed at the hay rings, and subsequently losing condition, he found the answer he needed in the Hustler Chainless X2400 bale feeder.

Mark Mawhood, Oberon (Australia) - Chainless X2400

With a full-time job in the city, Paul Menzies needed an option that would allow him to get his cattle fed quickly and efficiently at the end of each working day. The Hustler SL300X provided the perfect solution.

Paul Menzies, Neerim (Australia) - SL300X

Peter is cutting down on feed waste by 30% with his Chainless X5000

Peter Russell, Lyndhurst (Australia) - Chainless X5000

After 6 trouble free years of feeding out both round and square bales, upgrading to the new Chainless X5000 model was a no brainer for this Australian farmer. Watch the video to see what he has to say…

Queensland (Australia) - Chainless X5000

A common problem that we come across in most corners of the world is really tightly packed bales that just simply will not feed out with a standard cradle type chain feeder. And the problem these farmers have is that for the past few years they fed out fine, a

Sheep Farmer, Queensland (Australia) - Chainless X5000

“The feed out side of it is 100% better the way you’ve changed it”

Dairy Farmer, Cobden (Australia) - Chainless X5000

It’s a lot smoother with how it rotates the bale.

Dairy Farmer, Victoria (Australia) - Chainless X5000

“I have to say the new Chainless X5000 bale cart is fantastic and a great improvement on the 4000, we have noticed a big difference in the amount of hay we are feeding out and reduced wastage”.

Ella Anderson, University of Tasmania (Australia) - Chainless X5000

“More than impressive, it was beyond my expectation. From the extremely functional design, strength, extra features and direct benefits, ease of maintenance, performance and product finish. You have it all covered!” – Katipo 1150/12

Machinery Dealer (Australia) - Katipo 1150

Request a quote

Newsletter Signup

Get Out There, in Hustler Country episodes and the latest news