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I am happy to see the temperature drop to around 5 degrees. There is a manure pile I want to spread on my fields. The area was rototilled this fall and there was no way I was driving on it. We had tons of rain last month.
 

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When it is cold and there is snow on the ground is the best time for that job.No flys less smell and easier to get a better coverage because you can see it better on the white snow.I will not gaurantee it however.Speading munure is one thing I refuse to stand behind.
 

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Not That fussy John

I will be happy just to get it moved 3 miles and on the ground without burying my truck in 3 foot of mud.Dont' ask me how I know that will happen.
 

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So that would not be a time to stand behind your work...........rim shot please!:dancingfo

Wow rough crowd this afternoon.

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It is worse then that

Unfortunately,as of yet I do not own a spreader to stand behind.It is on my list,but for now I use the bucket on a loader to spread it around.Used ones are in rough shape most times and I am not ready to spend it on a new one.
 
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