The Fastest Way to Bed
The self-propelled Side-Shooter will decrease the time needed to bed free-stalls while reducing the amount of material wasted from improper placement.
Independent Conveyor Speeds
The operator can independently control the speeds of the main conveyor & cross conveyor to accommodate many different types of bedding and moisture content in the bedding. The conveyors can be adjusted quickly and easily with the turn of a dial from inside the cab.
Rugged Cab Construction
The redesigned cab features military-grade components for long service life with no controls on the floor to be damaged by the corrosive manure and sand. The rubbed cab is easily cleaned.
Bed Head-to-Head Stalls
The high-speed oscillating cross conveyor can be angled upward to bed head-to-head free-stalls with a single pass.
Daily routine maintenance is as simple as performing a walk-around inspection, checking fluids, and greasing bearings.
Standard dual rear cameras assist with backing up and navigating tight corners.
Turning in cross alleys and around tight barns is effortless with the tight turning circle and the two steering modes. The operator can select from two-wheel or four-wheel steering.
The main conveyor uses heavy-duty pintle chain and drive sprockets for long service life and low maintenance.
The cross conveyor uses an aggressive high-speed track, allowing the conveyor to place bedding 3 to 25 feet. The seamless fiberglass-reinforced track features positive drive cogs to provide rugged durability without slipping under load.
The large capacity of the Side-Shooter results in fewer trips, reduced labor costs, and reduced fuel consumption. The addition of optional 2' height extensions increase the capacity even more.
The positioning of the cab allows the operator to watch the cross conveyor, the main conveyor, and the material being spread.
The hydrostatic drive allows for varied ground speed while maintaining engine RPM to maintain consistent material flow, ensuring each free-stall is full of bedding.