|In 1978, we introduced the model 600 "Mighty" manure spreader to the horse market with the larger model 1200 spreader to follow 2 years later. Both spreaders feature a treated lumber bed and side boards for long life and ease of replacement. CMI manure spreaders are manufactured here at our plant in Fredericktown, Ohio and replacement parts are always available by calling us toll free at 1-800-335-1880. The 25 bushel spreader is ideal for 5 horses and less and can easily be pulled with a lawn tractor or ATV. 25 year Free Replacement Warranty Against Rot on all Pressure Treated Lumber Floor and Sides!|
to pull behind a garden tractor or ATV.
Estate "Mighty" Spreader
If you are searching for a great value
in a small manure spreader, this is it! The Model 600 is great
for horsemen, homesteaders, and hobby farmers who have manure
to dispose of. Designed for use with horse manure, alpaca, sheep,
and llama manure. This spreader is ground driven and needs no
power take off or any external engines. Any 10 HP or larger tractor
can pull the "mighty" manure spreader with ease. The
unit being only 46 inches wide also allows for extra maneuverability
and versatility. Pull the unit right down your barn aisle to
load. The rugged construction will handle all kinds of manure,
including that mixed with hay and straw. The treated lumber bed
does not rust and rot out like the steel beds on many manure
spreaders. The 2 speed drag chain adjustment allows this manure
spreader to empty in 100 yards or 150 yards depending on your
Regular Price: $1490.00
The Model 1200 manure spreader is for the horseman or hobby farmer with larger amounts of manure to spread. Three times the capacity of our model 600 manure spreader at a very economical price.
Any 18 HP, or larger, utility tractor is acceptable. The large wheels provide the necessary traction to drive the beater and drag chain, even in snow and mud. The unique double beater bar enables excellent spreading action while being fed by the continuous motion drag chain.
Great for Maneuvering within Barn Aisles!!
Heavy structural steel angle
$2949.00 Add To Cart
|Basics for using a manure spreader: Manure should not be spread on frozen or snow-covered ground. The nutrients in manure cannot be absorbed into frozen soil and there is the possibility of water contamination by way of surface runoff during a snow melt. If you are spreading manure on a pasture, do so during the growing season when the grass is active. We suggest to harrow the pasture soon after the manure is spread, to break up the clumps and spread the manure more uniformly across the field. This allows the heat of the sun to penetrate the manure and kill the parasites and their larvae. Manure should be spread at least 200 feet from any surface water area or water well. Rotate your pasture area and if possible, keep your horses out of the harrowed pasture for three to five weeks depending on how much sunlight the pasture has absorbed.|