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Pooper Scooper for Mucking Your Stall

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    03-10-2011, 11:37 AM
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Foal
Thumbs up Pooper Scooper for Mucking Your Stall

I have been looking for a way to muck my stall easier and came across a video on youtube for a very big pooper scooper. I think it is called the Equine Speed Skip. I looked it up to buy one, but it's in another country (talk about shipping charges!). I don't know about you but my muck rake just doesnt do the job. I get more shavings in it than anything else and when I sift the shavings out, it breaks up the poo and i'm left with lots of little poos everywhere. I have a dog pooper scooper, but it is just too little. After doing some hunting on the internet, I found the solution! If you have an ace hardware store near you, you're in luck. Here is the link. I am going to get mine after work...

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    03-11-2011, 01:29 AM
  #2
Weanling
I'm sorry, but that looks to be more bother to use then say... a shovel.

When you do your stalls w a stall fork, just pick out the wet spot(s), then pick out the large piles of poo, then take the other left over shavings toss up to one side of the stall wall all the poo will tumble off your pile of shavings that your banking up on the wall....then its easy to pick up the loose poo, and then spread out your left over shavings, cover w new bedding as needed.
This is the quickest and most efficient method of cleaning a stall

I just don't see how carting around an over sized pooper scooper is more efficient then a fork...but that's just me
     

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