Manure collector - Kliener


Developed for horse breeders.
Price: 1 560 € (incl. delivery and VAT)
1 290 € (incl. delivery, without VAT)


Stable manure collector

The collector is attached to a quad or tractor by an articulating trailer hitch. The trailed frame structure uses a transversely positioned shaped blade to pick up droppings that fall or move into the collecting section. When the trolley is full, the droppings need to be thrown out manually with a fork onto a dung heap. Pasture cleaning is 5 to 10 times faster than manual picking - and it's fun!!!

Product innovation: we have added a 3rd wheel to the back of the pick-up. The 2024 model therefore allows you to drive over paved surfaces – concrete or asphalt – after being filled

Stop parasites

Part of the development cycle of nematodes and tapeworms, most often parasitizing horses, takes place on pastures. If droppings are collected regularly and left to lie out of the pasture, the process of composting will kill most parasites. Minimizing their amount in the pasture is a prerequisite for your horses’ health.

We have prepared answers to your questions

When a pasture land of more than one hectare is to be cleaned, collecting of the manure manually into a wheelbarrow is so time-consuming that it is better to use the collector. Another aspect may be physical exertion, especially the load on the shoulder joints and back in manual cleaning, so the decision to use the collector is a highly individual choice. For easier reference, a 4-hectare pasture takes about 2 hours to clean.
The collector can be connected to a quad, a tractor, a small tractor, or a personal vehicle. Its rugged design and the possibility of attaching it to a tow hitch or to a pivot ensure proper operation. The recommended towing vehicle power is at least 10 kW depending on the terrain difficulty. Typically, the optimum collection speed is between 10 and 20 km/h.
When pulled, the collector glides on the grassy surface with its rear part and its design ensures stability even on slopes. In the rugged terrain, the device copies the surface thanks to two joints. Depending on the size of the turf, it is necessary to adjust the height of the blade over the terrain - by using a lever mechanism with support wheels.
Yes, thanks to the newly developed supporting wheel on the rear part of the Kliener. When the manure collector becomes full, the front wheels will be raised higher using the levers, thus the supporting wheel gets in contact with the ground. With this configuration now the collector can be moved on hard surfaces as concrete or asphalt.
Upon acceptance, a customer has one week to test the device in their conditions. If they are not satisfied with the device, it can be returned for 95% of the selling price, and the device will be offered to another customer for that price. In such a case, transport back to the manufacturer is paid by the customer.
In terms of parasite removal, once a week is recommended and in terms of collection efficiency, once every two weeks. The decision is also very individual - it depends on the specific area and the number of horses in the pasture. There is also a difference in the amount of droppings when the horses are stabled outside the pasture or when grazing 24 hours a day.
Definitely not. The manufacturer estimates efficiency at 85-97% of the weight of the collected droppings, depending on the weather conditions and the type of grass. It is important to set the blade height well above the surface, which is very simple. Another important parameter is speed, the manufacturer recommends 10 - 20 km/h, the best results are achieved at speeds of around 16 - 18 km/h. This parameter should be taken into account when selecting a towing vehicle.
The device has been tested and guarantees the function on dry pasture as well as in the rain. However, at temperatures below zero, horse droppings are so frozen that the collector cannot be used. Another case is high grass of over 30 cm, which is the usual situation when bringing horses to a so far closed pasture. After two or three weeks, the pasture is grazed enough for the collector to be used again.
The device is designed to withstand demanding operation in outdoor conditions. The worn parts (the picking blade and slide rails) are designed to be replaceable, the expected lifetime is 5 years. The entire device is designed to last for 10 years. There is a two-year warranty for manufacturing defects on the device, on the contrary it does not apply to defects caused by damage by the operator and normal wear and tear stated in the operating instructions.

What is your opinion of the manure collector

Eva Vacková

Eva Vacková


In 2016, we decided to switch from stabling to pasture breeding in the 24/7 mode and we were cleaning the pasture manually with a fork and a wheelbarrow in the first season. Gruelling lengthy work… Thanks to the collector, cleaning of the pasture is easier but most importantly - we have more time for our four-legged friends!

Drahomíra Chmelová

Drahomíra Chmelová


I have my horses stabled in cleaned pastures and it makes me feel good. about it. For a ride, training or competition, a horse and a rider should be in a good condition. I am convinced that optimum feeding and a clean pasture environment are a great help.

MVDr. Kristýna Bernardová

MVDr. Kristýna Bernardová


Internal parasites reduce the immunity of the horse, depriving it of valuable nutrients, and sometimes may cause permanent damage to internal organs. I therefore appreciate the collector as it enables the removal of stable manure in the pasture as often as necessary, especially in wet weather.

Stable manure collector

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Price: 1 560 € (incl. delivery and VAT)1 290 € (inc. delivery, without VAT)

Manure collector