Conestoga Manufacturing Introduces New Manure Spreader

| 5/28/2013 3:55:00 PM

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Model C-125 PTO Manure Spreader

Conestoga Manufacturing, a leading manufacturer of compact manure spreaders, has added a new product to its small manure spreader line up. The Model C-125 PTO is designed for daily use by small farms/farmettes, horse enthusiasts, and organic farmers.

The Model C-125 PTO features long-lasting, 10-gauge COR-TEN® steel sides, providing unparalleled corrosion resistance. Manufacturing durable spreaders that withstand daily use is Conestoga’s hallmark. Conestoga’s spreaders are the only ones in the marketplace to feature stainless steel T-rod chains as a standard part of the spreaders, another detail that lengthens product life without increasing cost.

“Our goal is to manufacture products that last for years,” said Conestoga’s president. “We know that small farmers and horse enthusiasts watch their budgets just like everyone else. Our goal is to make a product that is the highest possible quality so people only have to invest in a spreader once, rather than buy a product that won’t last and needs to be replaced.”

The Model C-125 PTO can be attached to a mid- to large-sized tractor. Standard features include a bed shield to prevent premature manure losses, an adjustable hitch for different tractor heights, and a variable speed apron. Options include a hydraulic end gate to reduce spillage, top beater to assist with spreading, fine spread fan, and GatorHyde bed liner.

This press release is presented without editing for your information. MOTHER EARTH NEWS does not recommend, approve or endorse the products and/or services offered. You should use your own judgment and evaluate products and services carefully before deciding to purchase. 

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