Can you spread manure with a fertilizer spreader?
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The manure spreader is a large piece of agricultural service machinery which allows for the even spreading of manure across fields. The spreader is a trailer which can be towed by a trailer which propels the rotating mechanism.
Apply a thin layer of composted cow manure to the entire surface of the lawn. Use a fertilizer spreader or your hand to sprinkle the manure over the grass. The grass should still be visible once you have spread the manure.
If you need to empty your manure bin to make room, here are a few options:
Standard drop spreaders are designed to handle small dry materials like seeds or granulated fertilizer. We don’t recommend putting compost in a drop spreader because the openings are too small to spread backyard compost effectively. Also, compost tends to be quite wet and clumpy and will quickly clog the spreader.