Avant Feeding Table Cleaning Blade Attachment

£519£725(inc. VAT)

This listing is for the attachment only.

Please note: This product can only be used with the Silage Fork or XL Silage Grab attachments.


The Avant Feeding Table Cleaning Blade is specially designed for clearing the cattle feeding table before distributing new silage to the table. The cleaning blade can be mounted by driving the silage fork into the blade, no need to get out of the driver’s seat which speeds up the cleaning process because no attachment change is necessary.

  • The cleaning blade has a rubber lip on the lower surface that ensures good cleaning results.
  • The easiest way to clean the cattle feeding table
  • Mounts on Avant silage forks: drive the fork into the blade with the grapple open and press the grapple down to lock the blade – no need to get out of the driver’s seat

The Avant Feeding Table Cleaning Blade Attachment is compatible with the following models:

  • 313S, 320S, 420, 423, 520, 523, 525LPG, 528, 530, R20, R28, R35,
  • 630, 635, 640, 735, 745, 750, 755i, 760i, 850, 860i, e5, e6.

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Since 1991, Avant Tecno has manufactured more than 70 000 loaders at their manufacturing plant in Ylöjärvi, Finland. The company has sales offices in Germany, UK and US, and import partners in more than 55 countries.

The development of Avant Loaders began 25 years ago. The core group of Avant had already over ten years of experience in developing different kind of agricultural machinery. They noticed that for one of the toughest jobs in cow farms, silage distribution inside cow houses, there were no proper and cost-effective machines available.

From this standpoint, the first Avant was born: skid steer loader, equipped with 11-horsepower gasoline engine, which was able to distribute feed to 50-80 cows in 10-15 minutes, twice a day, 365 days a year. A task, which was previously done with wheelbarrow and shovel.