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Re: Manure spreader

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Kevin Happke

01-09-2014 20:55:38

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If it has a steel floor in it, It is a 4-A All Steel Spreader, this a very good spreader still used by the Amish, I spent the last week of 2013 helping a Amish farmer that just moved in the area get his barn cleaned out were beef cows had been in for the last 5 years using the 4-A spreader loading it with a pitch fork. The model 100 and 200 spreaders had a wood floor with steel sides, the 200 was made as a 4 wheel unit as well as a 2 wheel unit for use with tractor. Where are you located? Can you post a picture?

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Heather Robinson

01-14-2014 12:41:29

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 Re: Manure spreader in reply to Kevin Happke, 01-09-2014 20:55:38  
Kansas. I can't post pics but would send them to phone if you would like. I keep posting and they don't show up!

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Kevin Happke

01-19-2014 07:18:42

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 Re: Manure spreader in reply to Heather Robinson, 01-14-2014 12:41:29  
Hello Heather, Give me a call at 320-468-6474 Kevin

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01-15-2014 15:31:09

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 Re: Manure spreader in reply to Heather Robinson, 01-14-2014 12:41:29  

Old usable spreader getting workout hauling from the horse stalls.

ps Is this a 200 that I have?

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