Manure vacuum?

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    11-29-2009, 03:01 PM
Manure vacuum?

My husband says there is a vacuum that picks up horse manure. Anyone have one or know how they work?
We have a 2 acre dry lot that we keep 4 horses in over the winter months. I try to do daily manure pickup. If I let it go for more than that its big job. Right now I do it with just a cart and a manure fork. If I miss a few days I have to use a blade and then pick it up by hand or with a tractor bucket. It would be so much easier if there was something I could just tow behind the 4 wheeler that would sort of sweep it up.
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    11-29-2009, 03:07 PM
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Manure Vacuum Products - Safe removal of pasture, - Pasture, paddock and stable vacuum by Greystone Vacuums heres a link, it looks really handy... haha I wonder how powerful that vacuum is, haha.
    11-29-2009, 03:45 PM
$3450 I better start selling the poop
I was looking for something like this- Tow and Collect Mini 700
Looks like they are sold in the UK or Austrialia though. Probably cost a fortune to have one shipped here.

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