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  • How much would you pay for manure
  • How much do they pay to clean up horse poop

View Poll Results: How much would you pay for this product?
under $300 3 50.00%
$300-$400 2 33.33%
$400-$500 1 16.67%
$500-$600 0 0%
$600-$700 0 0%
$700-$800 0 0%
$800-$900 0 0%
Over $999 0 0%
Multiple Choice Poll. Voters: 6. You may not vote on this poll

 
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    10-20-2009, 12:24 AM
  #1
Foal
Market Research Poll - How much would you pay for this product?

Hi All!

I'm conducting some market research on behalf of a client who is interested in hearing your thoughts on how much you feel would be reasonable to pay for the following Horse Manure Removal Product!

The product is newly launched and has been awarded for the simplicity of the design, its marketability and it's need within the horse industry.

Please find below some information about the product, as well as some photos.

If you would like to take part, please vote in the poll below or reply with a post about your thoughts!

- Quick, Easy and Simple
- Unmatched on price
- Doubles as a yard trailer
- Super Light Weight Easy to Maneuver
- Adjustable Tow Hitch

Most horse owners know the frustration of having to manually clean horse manure from yards and paddocks. It can be a constant and back breaking job that consumes hours of valuable time. Our horse manure removal system saves horse owners and businesses hours of hard work, eliminating the need to bend over performing back breaking work a shovel and wheelbarrow. Cleaning up horse manure becomes a breeze with the innovative and easy design of the our manure removal system. With the ability to change from a scooper to a trailer to transport manure in seconds, there is no quicker or more efficient Horse Manure Removal System available. Attach the unit to a tow vehicle such as a ride on lawn mower or quad bike then drag it along behind to scoop up manure.

Once a paddock is finished, the unit is easily converted into a small trailer in less than 20 seconds to transport and dump the manure at a site of choice. The horse manure removal system also acts as a yard trailer, designed to accommodate 2 small hay bales; its dual use makes it an essential piece of horse equipment for your property.

Clean up Horse Manure in 5 Easy Steps!







Thanks Everyone!
     
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    10-20-2009, 01:23 AM
  #2
Foal
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    10-20-2009, 02:13 AM
  #3
Weanling
I would be concerned it wouldn't work in most areas cause most places I know aren't that flat...? I dunno, looks cool though! I'm not a BO myself so I wouldn't need one... but i'd say $300-$400
     
    10-21-2009, 01:40 PM
  #4
Showing
Why not just buy a harrow?

That looks like a lot of work for something that has to be dumped manually, and then spread anyway.

I don't need more work, I need something that helps cut my cleaning time. A harrow attached to a lawn tractor, Kowasaki mule, or ATV will do a much better, faster job.

Pass.
     
    10-21-2009, 01:57 PM
  #5
Green Broke
Hmm, what happeneds if your pastures have large rocks in them, and the grass is much taller? I would say 250$ at the most.
     

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