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Re: Whats a good American made broadcast seed to buy?

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12-28-2013 08:40:26

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What size?

Hand held, lawn mower, or farm tractor size?


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T.R. Dickinson

12-28-2013 18:12:58

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 Re: Whats a good American made broadcast seed to buy? in reply to IaGary, 12-28-2013 08:40:26  
Broadcast seeder* 3pt hitch mount style

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12-30-2013 08:14:22

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 Re: Whats a good American made broadcast seed to buy? in reply to T.R. Dickinson, 12-28-2013 18:12:58  
Look into a "Porta Seeder". it's a pull type, large, about 6 feet tall. Also has a gandy box on it for cover crop or lets say alfalfa and orchard grass in one pass. Lays out about 45 feet band. I've used it for alfalfa and intermediate wheat grass also. Really nice if you pull three section tooth harrow behind it. I have some for sale if interested. They were made not far from here by MDS in Parkston SD.

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12-29-2013 16:52:15

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 Re: Whats a good American made broadcast seed to buy? in reply to T.R. Dickinson, 12-28-2013 18:12:58  

Lely used to make a good expensive, heavy duty one, also could be used to spread fertilizer. I have a cheaper Italian made one which spreads seed well, you have to get used to it to calibrate the amount of seed put down. Keep it clean and oiled when not in use, plus keep it under shelter. I think you put the open end of the spreader toward the back of a truck when transporting it at highway speeds, otherwise the seeder is likely to blow off. Probably one from TSC will work, but I haven't examined one from there.


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