Mobile lying, shepherd's bed

Mobile lying, shepherd's bed
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Shepherds are people who have to go where sheep, goats, cattle and other animals they keep go. In this movement, they must spend days outside populated areas, moving through bushes, forests and karst. Because they move beyond off the roads and tracks, they can rarely use off-road vehicles. Off-road vehicles may cross part of the road, after which they must leave the vehicles at locations along dirt or gravel roads and continue follow their cattle on foot.

The only motor vehicles that can move through shrubs, forests and rubble are off-road motorcycles and agricultural motor cultivators. The cultivators are narrow enough to is pierce between trees and shrubs, and can tow a trailer of equal width behind them.

In such a trailer can accommodate the tools needed to care for livestock, and can is accommodate two car seats, one behind the other. The width of such a trailer would be sufficient to accommodate a car seat, and narrow enough to pierce through the bushes. Below the seats is a storage space for tools and other equipment needed for livestock. In order for the trailer to be able to stay in the rain body, it must have a solid or folding roof.

During the ride, the seats have function a backrest and can seat the driver and another shepherd from behind. During standstill, the seat backs are positioned horizontally and thus converted into a bearing. While one shepherd keeps the cattle, the other can sleep in the trailer.

The trailer must have large and narrow wheels in order to be able to cross various obstacles. In the event encountering a downed tree, a ditch, or larger stones, two people can carry the cultivator and the trailer over such an obstacle. In this way, shepherds with a trailer like this can get through where they cannot get with any off-road vehicle, and stay in such terrain for days.

Using such trailers, the most remote mountainous shrubs that are rarely used for livestock grazing could become available for regular grazing, and the economic value of such terrains could increase.

In addition to the shepherds, such a trailer could be used by foresters, hunters and picnickers when going to remote bushes and forests without any paths planned to stay in the field for several days.