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Knight Protwin slinger manure spreader

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Kent in NB

05-14-2009 17:48:50

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Any one have experience with one of these beasts? How are they in slop, solid, or semi solid? What problems are there with the twin augers? Thanks in advance.Kent in NB

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Dave from MN

05-15-2009 09:54:15

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 Re: Knight Protwin slinger manure spreader in reply to Kent in NB, 05-14-2009 17:48:50  
Great spreaders. Hard packed manure with a lot of long hay in it will take a little longer to empty. Losing hammers is about the only issue you should have. Nice machines, as with any spreader, doing anything you can to keep it from rotting/rusting out will save it the most.

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05-14-2009 20:42:04

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 Re: Knight Protwin slinger manure spreader in reply to Kent in NB, 05-14-2009 17:48:50  
Work well in all types of manure..... just make sure you throw it with the wind :)

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Tom from Ontario

05-14-2009 19:47:43

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 Re: Knight Protwin slinger manure spreader in reply to Kent in NB, 05-14-2009 17:48:50  
Spread all the manure from 1000 pigs every year for 8 years and did not spend dime one for repairs. It was a single auger and was not good with packed solid manure. Twin augers would solve that. If I still had stock and needed a spreader, I would run not walk to the Knight Kuhn dealer and grab one. Also worked on a research farm that had a LOT of livestock of every description and it all went with two Knight 350 solid spreaders. These things probably did 6 to 8 loads a day every day. No repairs and being loaded with a Payloader.
Have seen that people who compost their manure love them because they can put down a very thin layer.

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