Mucking out is, especially with multiple boxes, a complete workout. Many wheelbarrows are designed to the mucking out of one box, so you either have to walk back and forth a lot or have to fill the wheelbarrow super full. In the first situation you spend quite a lot of time but in the second situation you run the risk that the wheelbarrow is too heavy and you can overload your back enormously during emptying the wheelbarrow. But with our unique wheelbarrows, all the aforementioned situations are in the past. Available in different sizes and a model that is electrically powered, mucking up is simply fun!
If you have to muck out regularly, it is probably a recognizable situation that you have to do your best to reach the muck heap without the wheelbarrow falling over. Fortunately our wheelbarrows are fitted with two front wheels so that the wheelbarrow always remains in balance and you can even walk with one hand in a straight line to the manure pit. Another advantage of the two front wheels is that they are made of 4-ply and are equipped with steel rims and ball bearings so that the wheelbarrow can defy both inside and outside terrain.
Once arrived safely at the muck muck heap, it can sometimes be quite a challenge with the standard wheelbarrows to empty them if they are very full and heavy. To relieve your back, our wheelbarrows are equipped with special tipping trays, so you can easily tip out all the manure. The wheelbarrows are available in 430L and 600L and are therefore larger than the standard wheelbarrows. Because the box is made of polyethylene and is supported by a galvanized frame, the wheelbarrow is also designed to withstand rough handling and that is sometimes very handy with horses.
Do you want to make mucking out of all the said above even easier for yourself? Then we also have an electric wheelbarrow in our range, so that you can drive all the manure back and forth with almost no effort. The electrically driven wheelbarrow is supplied with 2 12V batteries. This means that the wheelbarrow can be used for up to 4 to 5 hours, which is enough to fatten out all the boxes even for the largest stables.