Tight access trenching has never been easier when the work revolves around a 900 sow piggery in Bower. When most of the trenching we conduct has one eye on the wall, fence, pool or pergola, in Bower we just needed to keep an eye out for snakes! None the less, the ability to trench hundreds of metres is just as valuable when it doesn’t involve a shovel!
The joy of trenching, especially when it isn’t a tight access job!
Top Multiplyer runs a significant pig production enterprise in Bower. For those of you unfamiliar with the whereabouts of Bower, if it just a little further on from the northern outskirts of Adelaide! Obviously far enough that the smell doesn’t quite make it back when they are upwind! That puts it about 2 hours away from Adelaide.
This operation is a well-run, high production pig farm. From what I saw, they are constantly managing, maintaining, improving and adapting the operation. Part of U Kanga Do It’s work there was to take water supplies underground. This meant that previously used pipes above ground could get out of the way of machinery, and sheds without mains could now be supplied.
The terrain was another testament to the diversity of our trenching attachment. The tops soil was light and sandy, but just below the surface were small football sized limestone rocks. It provided a rough ride and a larger width trench than normal, but it didn’t flinch at the task. Whether or not the site is tight access, has tough soil, rocks or hard clay, the Kanga trenching attachment has the legs for the task.