The push rod removal system installed in a floor channel has been proven for decades. It works reliably and saves considerable working time. The prerequisite for installing an overhead horse manure system is the consideration of a roughly 60 cm deep and wide manure channel below the horse boxes.
The horse manure with dirty litter as well as other residues of the stable floor can be simply and conveniently swept into the dung manure shaft. When Paddocking it is recommended to route manure removal on the outside wall. Another possibility is the pendulum pusher.
After manure removal the discharge lids are closed again and the overhead push rod removal is put into operation. Through a system of longitudinal and transverse tracks, the manure can be transported outside the stable and optionally stored on a dung heap with a high-lift conveyor. Depending on the size of the stable, it is possible to obtain a daily labour saving of up to 2 hours.