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Hard-Working

Foxwise Stall Forks

 

 

June 2013 issue  

 

 

      When the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill took place in 2010, Houston White, owner and developer of Foxwise Cowboy Stall Forks, soon found out just how versatile and useful his forks were. They not only are great at picking up manure and debris, they were the best tool the EPA could find for manually lifting “tar balls” from the Gulf of Mexico coastline.

      White is a third-generation rancher who developed his first fork in 1998 and now has three forks with slightly different attributes to fit everyone.

      The Stall Stinger fork has a traditional straight steel handle and the original large manure/debris basket.

      The Barn Bendz has an ergonomic “easy-on-the-back” light aluminum handle and baskets that come in a variety of colors.

      Both metal handles have rubber grips and hanging loops.

      The new Cowboy Fork has a straight hardwood handle and a larger, bullnose basket. The bullnose basket is wider and deeper for larger loads, making it ideal for both inside and outside the barn… or picking rocks!

      The large-capacity baskets are rustproof and nearly indestructible. They have sturdy supports that keep them securely attached to handles. In the event that damage does occur, a new basket may be ordered separately and easily reattached to the old handle.

     Ask your ranch supply or feed store to order your Foxwise Stall Fork today, or call Houston White at 602-432-9437. www.foxwise.com.

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