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See-Through Shovel Doubles As Sifter
This lightweight "see-through" shovel has 3/4-in. long diamond-shaped holes in it that allow the shovel to be used as a sifter.
The aluminum shovel is about 1 in. deeper than a conventional shovel. You fill it about half full, then roll it back and forth to sift.
Works great for cleaning out horse stalls and stock trailers because you can separate manure from the sawdust. Other uses: digging potatoes and throwing corn into cribs (sifts out any shelled corn). Golf courses use it to clean debris from sand traps and to retrieve balls from ponds. It can also be used to remove clods of dirt and pebbles before you seed grass.
Available with a 36 or 42-in. handle. Sells for $24.95 plus S&H.
Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, The W.F. Valentine Co., 7633 Quackenbush Road, Reading, Mich. 49274 (ph 800 331-6728 or 517 283-3143).

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1996 - Volume #20, Issue #6