The pushrod manure removal system built into a deeper channel has been tried and tested for decades, works reliably and saves a lot of working time for manure removal from the horse boxes.
The horse manure with dirty litter as well as the dirt residues of the stable lane can quickly and easily be swept into the manure removal shaft. After the dung has been cleared, the discharge lids are closed again, and the overhead push rod manure system operates. By using a system of longitudinal and transverse tracks, the manure can be conveyed outside the stable and optionally stored on a manure heap with an elevated conveyor. Daily labour savings of up to 2 hours are possible depending on the size of the barn.