floor sweepers

Floor Sweepers

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When the gas or electric blowers startup, I take cover.  

There is no better way to kick up dust than to blow it all over.  Sweepers, at least, don’t make the dirt airborne.  However, in barns with crevasses on the floor (wood planks, rubber brick, etc.), sweepers and blowers are required to get the dirt within.  I also realize that these are time savers when labor is a concern.

In my barn, floor sweepers and blowers have always been humans with brooms…

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