Our Tow and Collect machines are easy to tow, using a standard ball and hitch coupling system that is compatible with ATVs, 4 wheelers, and most other trucks and stable vehicles. Simply attach it to your tow bar and you’re ready to collect. The Tow and Collect will also remove thatch to improve the quality of your grass.
The Tow and Collect Mini 700 is designed for smaller farms with 3-5 horses. The brushes inside the machine are driven by the forward momentum of the wheels when attached to the towing vehicle. The brushes then scoop up the manure into the black bucket at the back.
|Dimensions||57 × 43 × 43 in|
28 inches (2 foot, 4 inches)
|Brush drive system||
Chain Drive from Wheel
6ft 11” x 4ft 5” x 3ft 3” (DxWxH)
4ft 9” x 3ft “7 x 3ft “7 (DxWxH)
|Electric key start||
From the USA to the UK, Ireland to Canada, Australia and New Zealand, Tow and Collect users enjoy the benefits and efficiencies of their Tow and Collect.
Laina was manually mucking in the two main paddocks using a shovel and wheelbarrow. This was time-consuming taking up to an hour per paddock. Even then she would only collect the manure from close to the barn rather than head all the way out to the back of the paddock.
Melissa Newsome was given her Tow and Collect as a Christmas present by her husband and she loves it.
“Before the Tow and Collect we had to take muck buckets, rakes and spades and just manually muck it up. It took days. It would take three people four days to do five fields. It now takes six hours.”
Rachel was looking for an easier, less labour intensive alternative to mucking out fields, she came across the Tow and Collect and can now spend more time with her animals and less time cleaning fields!
“It’s been a GAME CHANGER for me”
Paul Elliot takes great pride in keeping his park clean and clear of Goose poop. The Tow and Collect Mini 700 is the perfect machine for cleaning the grounds, something that visitors frequently comment on.
“The Tow and Collect is the fastest and easiest way to clean up the parks for our visitors to enjoy.”