The Skidsteer Broom is designed to clean poultry sheds thoroughly and efficiently. The skidsteer attachment consists of four circular broom heads, which are arranged in a row and move independently of each other. This allows the broom heads to manoeuvre in and around the holes in the ground and corners of the shed without damaging the clay surface. Using this invention, a 2-3 hour job can be done in 30 minutes, whilst simultaneously being much more effective at removing all of the dirt. The brooms are powered by the hydraulics of the skid steer loaders. It is a basic steel construction with hydraulic motors and polyurethane brooms. The machine is easy and simple to operate. You simply tilt the brooms in the desired position and drive. The broom heads are available in a range of bristle types to suit all kinds of floors.
At Home Sweeping Around Feed MillS
The Skidsteer Broom attaches to a standard skid steer loader. a machine which is usually found at most poultry farms already. These machines have the additional benefit of pressurized cabins, keeping workers safe from dust inhalation. The invention consists of four rotary brooms sweeping in one direction, set at 45 degrees with individual floating heads. This enables the machine to sweep uneven surfaces ( e.g, potholes, corrugations) and around posts and solid objects. The invention sweeps all of the dust from every hole and corner and directs it into the middle of the shed where it can be picked up easily with a KISS TECH LITTER BUCKET WITH NONE DIG CUTTER BAR.