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Discuss grasses and how to grow and harvest them.
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Who makes a good pto manure spreader...compact?
Looks like there is a lot of junk out there.
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Making Cattle Today Great Again!
Sometimes you do have to throw out the babies with the bath water.
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We found the old IH spreaders to be really good, they're made of a better grade of steel that doesn't seem to rust
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I have an original JD Model N, 1960's vintage I presume, still has the original wood and tires and you haven't seen tire cracks like this sucker has but still hold air on a bi-annual basis without having to add air. PTO runs the slinger and a lever controls the ground driven floor scraper that determines the flow rate when dispensing. I think I paid about $700 for it and only needed a piece of ladder chain (TSC supplied) and straightening out of a rt angle steel scraper bar to put it back in working order. Might have a look for something of the sort.