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Bag-A-Nut and Stab-A-Nut Harvesters
Left pic of green & black push-type nut harvester with bins on front and pick-up roll in back. Middle pic same type arrangement but with hitch to attach to pulling implement. Rt pic of black leaf-rake style nut harvester

Bag-A-Nut and Stab-A-Nut Harvesters are designed to negate the need for users to stoop or bend over. Both use rubbery tines to capture fallen nuts, pine cones, fruit, and even golf balls. Bag-A-Nut models include walk-behind and towed styles that deposit nuts, etc., into attached containers. With the long-handled Stab-A-Nut (as its name implies), one continuously stabs at the nuts or yard debris, which become lodged between its tines and remain captured until ejector fingers of the pump-action mechanism on the handle push them out. The devices are available in various sizes (depending on types of nuts or other materials to be gathered).

Estimated Cost Cost range: See below

Limitations Limitations Addressed by Product: Lower extremity, Strength/endurance, Back

SourceBag-A-Nut, LLC
10601 Theresa Drive
Jacksonville, FL, 32246
Last updated: Apr 20, 2022

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