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Old 09-09-2006, 11:40 AM
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Seeder and spry set up

This Is when I neeb both units on a job.
The seeder holds a full bag 50 lbs...any more and It would be too heavy on the slopes.
The way I have that seeder mounted at the front ..there are no bolts or pins...It just sits in pockets , seconds to Install and remove.
I'm going to make that spray tank mount the same way on the back...and also have the option of using the front seeder/spreader on the back or front.
I find this set up to be so handy for me...Doing large country properties.
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Old 09-10-2006, 12:16 AM
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That seeder looks cheap and very small. Looks like an excuse to deduct the ATV as a business expense.

If that was the case he would have mounted it on his nova. It would do the job alot faster
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Old 09-14-2006, 08:43 PM
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Is that a Herd seeder on your ATV?

Now that I look at this picture again [saw it the other day] this looks like the Herd seeder I'm interested in without the cap on it. If it is, how do you like it? It seems to be a heavy duty yet smaller version of a true farm implement which should stand up to year in and year out use better than some of the homeowner-quality spreaders I've seen in the same price range. Would you buy it again? I've been quoted$340 for what looks like the same unit.

Thanks for any info on this. Will M>
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Old 09-16-2006, 10:57 PM
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Mr Z I have several Herd spreaders and they work fine. I use them for fertilizer so they only last a couple of years. I always have a new one to use if my main one quits then I sell the old one at auction for parts.
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