Hubbard Rakes Photo Album

     

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CaribouZeus

Birthdate: September 10, 2001
Birthplace: Caribou, Maine
AKC Registered: Yes
Dam: Maxi's Mini
Sire: Kirby Belker

He's Ike's constant companion and our loveable Greeter.  He's very much a people dog and does not enjoy being alone.  Loves to play and is as gentle as a summer breeze. He's quick to learn a trick and just as quick to know a dog lover when he sees one.  He gets along with animals as well as humans and is a pushover for dog biscuits.  He was born from a litter of thirteen male pups, this in itself is a rarity.

     
   

Ike's blueberry rakes
in action.

Here you see several
"Blueberry Rakers"
using Hubbard Rakes to
gather a harvest
of blueberries.

Most are using the raised handle models which are easier on
your back.
   

Another "Raker" using
a Hubbard Raised
Handled Rake dumps
her rake full of berries
into a five gallon
bucket.  When the
bucket is full it is then
put into Fresh Pack
boxes and ready for
processing.

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Seen here is David
Huntley from Cutler,
Maine holding a
custom made utility
rake. Photo was taken
at the Pleasant
River Transfer Station
in Columbia Falls,
Maine where they use
the rake to push heavy
piles of cardboard, newspaper and
mixed paper onto a
conveyor belt for
recycling. 

Thanks to
Hubbard Rakes we
aren't breaking rakes
anymore.
 

David Huntley holding a utility rake

Utility Rake
 

There are four large forks for pushing as well as four smaller ones facing out in the front which grab large quantities of product.  This is a very strong rake -

We can't bend it!!!

   


Ike showing off his 200 tooth rake that was
used in harvesting his blueberries . It only took three
scoops to fill a five gallon bucket


 

 


A tribute to our dear friend Rick Corson who has gone
to be with the Lord.  You will be missed.

 
 


2010
Harvesting Crew

   

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