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STX PTO Driven Paddock Cleaner

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STX PTO Driven Paddock Cleaner

Product code:STX-120

A clean & tidy paddock is essential for maintaining a healthy environment for your livestock. The STX-120 and 180 are designed to turn a paddock sweeping chore into a pleasure.

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A clean & tidy paddock is essential for maintaining a healthy environment for your livestock. The STX-120 and 180 are designed to turn a paddock sweeping chore into a pleasure. The strong and simple mechanics of this machine means horse droppings, twigs and other debris is swept up and into the hopper whilst the grass benefits from the grooming action of the bristles - an advantage not gained from vacuum machines.

A powerful hydraulic ram tips debris from the collection hopper at a height of 1.5m into a low trailer or heap on the ground. A row of sprung steel tines situated in front of the brush rotor rakes through the grass loosening stubborn muck to aid collection.

Key features

  • Effective and reliable sweeping of horse droppings, twigs & debris
  • Available in 1.2m and 1.8m working widths
  • Semi-mounted to tractor linkage

 

Specifications
 
  STX-120  STX-180   
Working width  1.2m  1.8m  
Overall width  1.6m  2.2m  
Hopper capacity  1.5m³  2.25³  
Power required  18hp  25hp  

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Hi,

How does the STX PTO DRIVEN PADDOCK CLEANER cope in long grass and wet conditions?

Question submitted by: Heather Pasquale on: 2018-07-16 11:32:51

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Good morning,

Paddock cleaners work best when the grass is topped first.

Many thanks

Answer submitted by: Wessex on: 2018-07-24 08:20:04

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Hi. Does the geometry of the hitch and PTO allow it to be fitted to a cat 2 type linkage on a small 2WD farm tractor say 60hp?
thanks

Question submitted by: Will TOngue on: 2018-07-19 17:11:38

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Good morning,

Yes it does, no problem at all.

Answer submitted by: Pete on: 2018-07-24 08:19:09

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can you use it in the winter i.e. wet conditions as long as the tractor can get in the field

Question submitted by: Mr Peter Dawes on: 2018-08-12 10:43:01

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Yes no problem, as long as the grass isn't too long.

Answer submitted by: Pete on: 2018-08-15 10:29:13

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