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PostPosted: Thu Mar 24, 2005 8:03 pm 
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green husker, When I put compost on my yard I spread it by hand. I fill up the wheel barrow and grab a hand full and toss it over the yard. Currently I am only working on my front yard. Eventually I will include all 1.25 acreas. The only screening I do is remove the big chunks and toss them into the side of the compost bin to further continue composting. The only time I use a spreader is when I spread molasses and corn meal combination.

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The only one I've seen that seemed worth a hoot was a commercial spreader. The one you're contemplating will clog up right away and become a nuisance.

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What do you mean by compost spreader? Can you supply a link to a Web site with a picture of one?


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