Save that broken pitchfork, just replace the basket head.
This horse manure fork features a large, built-in basket to trap more waste, but let bedding and shavings fall through. Simply scoop the manure, tilt the fork backwards, and tap on the floor. The manure stays in the basket. Bedding falls to the stall floor. The entire design saves you both time and money in saved bedding, because all you discard is the manure. The lightweight design eases back-strain with an integrated tine stabilizer to increase durability. Handles twice as much as a regular fork. Shaped for less strain. Fits telescopic handle # 50209
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Purchased on a Horze stand during a competition, it is the indispensable tool that facilitates the maintenance of boxes litter shavings, sawdust or pellets! The basket allows you to separate the dung from the litter and transfer the contents of the shovel into the wheelbarrow without putting it everywhere! I have 2 in advance because I can not do without!
Not very hard, at least not in the freezing ... At first use, the outermost spike crashed. Of course it could still be used so well however you can dung the screen there.
It has large and ample space for lots of muck. But with my crack the one "stick". But I punched it in the wall. It still works fine. No hills to climb !!!
Great grip! now I do not lose any pluck from my other grip, as this has protection for the sides :) but too bad that it had been damaged during shipping.
Good points - tines fairly close together so can scoop up even the small bits of poo. Can scoop up a big amount of poo and bedding and give it a good shake without losing the poo out the sides. Reduces mucking out time. Cons- not quite as strong as I would hope. Ordered one and the first time I used it, it caught on a bit of uneven cement on the floor and snapped a tine off. Ordered a new one and carried on using it whilst waiting for delivery and another tine broke off. New one has arrived and so far, so good. Hopefully that first one was just a faulty one.