Wagons and carts will allow workers to carry heavy loads around the farm, yard or worksite without straining their back and shoulders while lifting them up into the bed of a pickup truck or ATV. The deck of the wagons are much lower to the ground instead of 36 inches like an ATV or utility vehicle. Hay, grain, milk, seed, firewood and small loads of other materials are often picked up and carried between buildings, storage barns or livestock pens. Carrying such loads, such as a typical 40-pound bale of hay, places strain on the hands gripping the load and on the legs while walking over rough terrain. These materials can be easily loaded onto a wagon and then pulled to the destination with much less effort than carrying.
Workers with common conditions such as these would benefit from a Push Cart: Back Pain, Cerebral Palsy (CP), Diabetes/Diabetic Neuropathy, Fused Vertebrae, Herniated Disc, Hip Pain, Knee Pain, Leg Amputation, Lower Extremity Impairments, Lumbar/Low Back Pain, Mobility Impairment, Obesity, Old-Age, Replaced Joints (Arthroplasty), Rotator Cuff Injury, Ruptured Disc, Scoliosis-Kyphosis-Lordosis, Shoulder Replacement, Slipped Disc, Osteoarthritis.