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Ma­nure-clear­ing Pad­dock Blade comes Down Un­der

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The Pad­dock Blade tow-be­hind pad­dock clean­ing de­vice has been in­tro­duced to Aus­tralia.

Pad­dock Blade Aus­tralia says it is a sim­ple and easy tow-be­hind de­vice de­signed to clean up and clear pad­docks from horse ma­nure, and has al­ready been sold in the UK with great suc­cess.

The Pad­dock Blade is main­te­nance-free and can be hooked up be­hind an

ATV, trac­tor, ute or even a car, pick­ing up ev­ery­thing from horse ma­nure, sheep drop­pings and camel dung to loose chip­pings, stones, fruit and rub­bish.

“It’s pri­mar­ily for use with horses and ponies but we have had many cus­tomers use them for their al­pacas and even for sheep,” the com­pany says.

The Pad­dock Blade comes in three mod­els: the stan­dard, the bud­get edi­tion, and the cus­tom colour fin­ish model.

The bud­get ver­sion is a sim­i­lar to the stan­dard Pad­dock Blade but without the rear and side cut-outs. It also comes in a red high-gloss anti-cor­ro­sion and UVre­sis­tant pow­der coat fin­ish.

The stan­dard Pad­dock Blade comes with the same pow­der coat fin­ish. Built from 4mm steel, it weighs 40kg and mea­sures 1200mm x 1200mm x 300mm.

Pad­dock Blade claims the de­vice will save you 70 per cent of your pad­dock pick­ing time.

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