Paddock Blade is a new piece of agricultural machinery that is taking the equestrian world by storm. It’s a simple tow behind steel tray design with a universal tow loop. It’s a tried and tested product with many happy customers all over the world already saving themselves hours of precious time and lots of arduous backbreaking effort every week.
You simply hook it up using the supplied universal tow loop to your ATV/ Ride on mower (must be at least 10kmh), Ute or car and then drag it along your paddock. It will automatically adapt to any angle which it is pulled in. Once it’s full simply park it next to your muck heap and tip at the rear or shovel off to unload.
We have spent hundreds of hours testing and developing the Paddock Blade with a vast amount of animal manure on a vast variety of surfaces. It is engineered to be perfectly safe when used as intended and for purpose.
Yes the Paddock Blade will pick up rocks large and small and we have many customer who bought them for clearing up their rocky paddocks with fantastic results! They will also pick up sticks, organic debris and rubbish. Anything making a mess of your paddock gone with no worries.
The Paddock Blade will work well in grass upto 6 inches tall. For anything longer than this and as general advice to keep a well maintained healthy paddocks we recommend having you paddocks slashed.
Just about anyone in the agricultural world. Primarily for use with horses and pony poop, however, we have had many customers worldwide use them for their Alpacas, sheep vineyards, and rock clearing.
To put it simply – If you have mess to pick up then this Paddock Blade is the solution for you.
The benefits are simple. It saves hours of your precious time and money. Reducing the time you have to spend mucking around by at least a third. Your horse will be happier and healthier as it will have a cleaner environment. It is also a fun machine to use and work with.
The Paddock Blade will alleviate all those aches and pains caused by the arduous backbreaking task of paddock picking. Long-term it can stop from repetitive strain injuries in your back, neck, shoulder and arms.
You can buy direct via our website just head to our online store. It’s fast, simple and secure. We accept payment with any credit or debit card and also offer AfterPay. Delivery prices are fixed for each state of Australia and are of best value. We also ship globally so if you are outside Australia and wish to order, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org . All orders are trackable with our courier.
This is a question we often get asked by many people. Will the Paddock Blade damage my driveway or pick up gravel in between Paddocks?
The simple answer is no, not at all. All you have to do is unhook the Paddock Blade and hook it up the opposite way in it’s “trailer mode” When hooked up this way the Paddock Blade doesn’t pick up anything at all. So your driveway or other surfaces will be perfectly intact. It also doubles up as trailer when hooked up in this way so you can carry hay bales or other heavy items around your property.
The Paddock Blade has had many hours of testing, engineering and design to make sure it performs exceptionally across all terrains.
However like any product it does have it’s limitations and as with anything we do we are always open and honest about these.
The Paddock Blade will not work on sand. Either arenas, menages or sand paddocks. It will also (as with any paddock picking device) not work in very wet conditions, Simply let the ground dry out to get the best results.
The Paddock Blade is Specifically designed to pick up horse poo. It does this very well. We have also sold many to customers who have found heaps of other handy uses for them.
- Sheep Poo
- Alpaca Poo
- Cow Dung
- Clearing Vineyards
- Clearing Orchards
- Collecting Golf balls
You can also hook the Paddock Blade up in reverse (trailer mode) Once hooked up like this it doesn’t pick up anything and it’s perfect for transporting hay bales, tools and other items around your property.
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