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10-Tine Welded Bedding Fork

  • Tempered steel tines
  • Great for moving and clearing straw, hay, wood chips, and mulch
  • Strong hardwood handle with cushion grip
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Product Overview

The Ames bedding fork is used for moving a variety of materials such as straw, hay, wood chips and mulch. It can also be used to clear and replace mulch around plants. The 10 steel tines are tempered for years of service.
  • Welded 10-tine head is strong and durable
  • Designed to move lightweight bedding materials
  • Also good for clearing and replacing mulch in flower beds
  • 48.25 in. North American hardwood handle for strength and durability



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Specifications

Dimensions

Handle Length (in.)
48.25
Product Depth (in.)
5.25
Product Height (in.)
61
Product Width (in.)
11

Details

Handle Material
Wood
Number of tines
10
Product Weight (lb.)
4.48
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
15 year

Questions & Answers

3Questions20Answers

Can it sift rocks?

Asked by zg750 June 25, 2017
10
Answers

I believe the tines are too far apart to use on the rock size you mention. The tines have an approximately one inch opening. You could rake the rocks into small piles and use a small shovel to pick them up.

Country of Origin

Asked by LGV June 15, 2016
5
Answers

The tine is made in China. The handle from the USA.

How strong is the fork?

Asked by harlequin June 11, 2016
5
Answers

I don't think it is meant for moving really heavy material

Customer Reviews

  • 4.5
    out of 410 reviews
  • 86% recommend this product
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Poor Quality
Three metal tines broke after less than 6 months. I have a small raised Florida garden. The wood handle seems stronger than the metal. Keep your receipt, its required to submit any warrenty issue.
by YuleeS
5 people found this helpful
Mixed Quality; Not high quality metal handle is solid wood
Found that this could not handle heavy compost. Probably a descent bedding fork for light dry hay and other similar material, but will not stand up to heavy work. The handle is solid, but the metal is a cheap composite that has low tensile strength. The top bar on my sheared completely through under stress. I am filing a warranty claim. I can't find the receipt, so I hope they honor it. If you purchase this, make sure you keep the receipt so you can file a warranty claim if the implement fails under metal fatigue from heavier use. I'd spend the extra money to get a heavier duty bedding fork, but the other one available from Home Depot has two short of a handle. Maybe I can take the handle off of this one and swap?! Mixed review because it is a good product for some jobs, but I expected it to perform for moving heavy wet compost and it was not built for it, even though I expected it to be with a 15 year warranty sticker on it. Good luck. The other reviews detailing similar flaws are accurate from my experience.
by eww
3 people found this helpful
Perfect for moving mulch Picked up a few of these to move a large amount of mulch to a playground...
Perfect for moving mulch Picked up a few of these to move a large amount of mulch to a playground. Couldn’t get a tractor with a bucket to the area we needed it. So, we had to move it with wheelbarrows. The crew worked these all day and the tine configuration on this style pitchfork worked perfect for working with mulch. It’s a lot heavier duty then what it looks like in the picture. This style fork isn’t designed for busting through roots. That would require a fork with thicker and fewer tines. But those aren’t the best for working with mulch or straw.
by SteveDFW
2 people found this helpful
I LOVE this mulch fork! We do deep mulch, no till gardening, which means we build our gardens wit...
I LOVE this mulch fork! We do deep mulch, no till gardening, which means we build our gardens with deep layers of compost, wood chip mulch, manures and other organic inputs. I am always amazed at how much material this fork can pick up with each load, makes our work building the gardens so much easier. We now own several, I wouldn't be without them. I recommend this mulch fork to everyone who wants to garden this way - we love it!
by FreedomJulie
10 people found this helpful
I would improve it.
This works but had to replace it with another. You can't leave these outside in the elements. I did modify the mount hole with glue and sawdust so it does not fall out like the previous one. I would improve it with a fiberglass handle and would gladly pay for the upgrade.
by KennySan
1 person found this helpful
Works perfect for mulch. Would like it to be...
Works perfect for mulch. Would like it to be a little lighter.
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