AMAZONE - USA

For the exploitation of paddocks rank patches and thithles should be carefully mown. Simultaneously horse droppings have to be removed so that the paddocks remain clean and functioning. These tasks the HorseHopper from AMAZONE carries out comfortably and reliably. This universal machine in 1.35 or 2.10 metre cutting width which can also be mounted onto small tractors and which manages everything in one operational pass: Mowing, aerating, cutting and simultaneoulsy collecting the cuttings and the horse droppings. For the collection of moist cuttings, mixed with horse droppings, the HorseHopper is equipped with wing knives in combination with scarifying knives. The scarifying blades loosen the horse excrements in the turf and the wing blades collect the horse droppings and the cuttings into the hopper. Outside the paddocks the hopper contents can be discharged via a bowden cable and composted. As option the HorseHopper can be equipped with a hydraulic emptying device. For the benefit of your horses! See the Video for this subject!

Platzhalter

Product overview

Your benefits at a glance

The most effective means of better paddock hygiene is ensuring the regular collection of all horse droppings. Raking paddocks just distributes the excrement along with any prevailing parasites and the proportion of rank grass patches is increased. Whereas, with the HorseHopper, those poorer areas, including metre high thistles, are perfectly mown and collected together with the horse droppings, allowing for a more intensive paddock use.

Advantages of the HorseHopper:

  • Collecting horse droppings
  • Mowing of rank grass patches and thistles
  • Mowing grass and collecting
  • Scarifying and collecting
  • Collecting leaves

Product videos

We need your consent

This content is provided by an external server. By activating the content, personal data may be accessed and Cookies may be utilised.

HorseHopper mounted mower

WindControl - Calm conditions at the touch of a button

The effect of the wind on the spread pattern can be permanently monitored and automatically compensated for by WindControl. A high-frequency wind sensor mounted on the machine records both the wind speed and the wind direction and transmits this information to the job computer.

Image film AMAZONE 1883


We need your consent

This content is provided by an external server. By activating the content, personal data may be accessed and Cookies may be utilised.