Oh to be a fly on the side of the Lagoon Crawler.
The amphibious machine, developed by Nuhn Industries Ltd, runs on a Cummins engine and is remote controlled up to 1000 feet, allowing for successful lagoon agitation, even from a smell-safe distance. The header pump is at the bottom of the Crawler, and being submerged means there’s no need to prime.
Seven agitation jets keep it crawling, and the large tread tires drive it in and out of the lagoon without trouble. The design and features of this machine means even very large lagoons can be mixed and agitated for better organic waste breakdown and a more consistent liquid-to-solid ratio.