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Re: New Idea Easy Flow

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04-04-2013 06:07:44

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I have a new idea 12 ft spreader.

I do not have the spreader rates, but I have used mine to spread lime before.

it worked very well, but you do not want to load it very deep as lime is very heavy. also the lime works best if its dry

you want to wash and oil the spreader after lime use.

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Mike Shuler

04-10-2013 08:48:30

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 Re: New Idea Easy Flow in reply to maxwell99, 04-04-2013 06:07:44  
Wanted to follow up on the spreader... I put 4 ton of lime down yesterday and it worked great. The lime has the consistancy of baby powder and feeds with no problems. My rate is about 2 ton per acre, which is good for this ground as it has not seen lime in 8 years. I am going to put another 4 tons on this weekend, clean the spreader and start plowing.

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Mike Shuler

04-04-2013 12:06:55

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 Re: New Idea Easy Flow in reply to maxwell99, 04-04-2013 06:07:44  
Thanks... this is good to know. I have heard of guys having some issues with lime bridge inside and having to poke at it to get it to feed. Hence why I will pay a little more for crushed fine lime than the rec-mix. I just hope I am not on and off the tractor seat a million times. I guess I will go by trial and error and go from there until I get my manual.

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