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Available Newer Spreader® Models:

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Model 100 / Model 125
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  • Ideal for 1-4 stalls
  • Lightweight aluminum construction (approx. 115 lbs)
  • Adjustable Relief Panel (Model 125 only)
  • Holds 8 cubic feet of material, approx. 7 bushels
  • Length – 6 ft. Long – 4 ft. wide – 2 feet high
  • Fits through most standard 4 ft. wide stall doors
  • Solid tractor tread tires
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Model 200 / Model 225
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  • Ideal for 1-8 stalls
  • Lightweight aluminum construction (approx. 125 lbs)
  • Adjustable Relief Panel (Model 225 only)
  • Split axle & drum assembly for added maneuverability
  • Holds 13 cubic feet of material, approx. 11 bushels
  • Length – 6 ft. Long – 4 ft. wide – 31 inches high
  • Fits through most standard 4 ft. wide stall doors
  • Solid tractor tread tires
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Frequently Asked Questions:

Capacity is the primary difference between the Model 100s and Model 200s series spreaders.

Model 100 & Model 125
– Holds 8 cubic feet of material, approx. 7 bushels
– Ideal for 1-4 stalls

Model 200 & Model 225
– Holds 13 cubic feet of material, approx. 11 bushels
– Ideal for 1-8 stalls

The Model 100 comes with the Standard Relief Panel
– It has small holes 3/4″ in diameter which the material is pushed through to help break it up.

The Model 125 comes with the Adjustable Relief Panel
– It has small holes 1-1/2″ in diameter which the material is pushed through to help break it up.
– The advantage of this panel is the ability to adjust the size of the holes to the type of material being spread.

Learn more about the differences by visiting the Model 100 & Model 125 Comparison Chart.

The Model 200 comes with the Standard Relief Panel
– It has small holes 3/4″ in diameter which the material is pushed through to help break it up.

The Model 225 comes with the Adjustable Relief Panel
– It has small holes 1-1/2″ in diameter which the material is pushed through to help break it up.
– The advantage of this panel is the ability to adjust the size of the holes to the type of material being spread.

Learn more about the differences by visiting the Model 200 & Model 225 Comparison Chart.

Every Newer Spreader® comes with a 1 Year Warranty. Newer Spreader® warranties all parts of the Newer Spreader® to be free of manufacturer’s defects for a period of one year from date of purchase.

Please visit our Warranty page for additional detail.

The Newer Spreader® can be easily pulled by a lawn tractor, golf cart, or ATV. We typically recommend using any vehicle with about 10-15 HP and can reach speeds of at least 5 MPH.

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How To Use Your Newer Spreader®

Just fill the Newer Spreader® with fresh manure and bedding from the stall or from your composted manure pile and drive to where you want to spread the manure. The Newer Spreader® can be easily pulled by just about any average equipment or vehicle you have at your disposal (lawn tractor, golf cart, ATV, etc). There is an engagement lever, one on each wheel. Just give them BOTH a gentle kick to engage them. Now the drum will turn with the wheels as you drive. As the drum turns, the manure is passed out the bottom of the spreader, crumbled and dropped in a 3 foot wide path. The Newer Spreader® can discharge the manure-bedding going forward or in reverse. In about 200-300 feet, it is emptied and you are finished! The crumbled manure should decompose quickly. Watch our videos to see the Newer Spreader in action.

Why you need a Newer Spreader®

Manure disposal has become one of the more difficult problems for small horse farms. There is always the question of where to put it. More often than not, it’s put into piles for days, weeks and even longer. You can hire someone to haul it away, but that is expensive and not always reliable. You can spread it by hand, but that’s a back breaking job. Invariably the pile just stays there creating odor and attracting flies, which are a nuisance and a health threat to your horses. Then you have the additional problem of fly control. It has been shown that flies will travel several hundred feet between your barn and the manure pile.The BEST remedy for all these problems is to disperse the manure immediately after stall cleaning and to do it in a way that does not attract flies. If the manure is broken up into small pieces and spread out on the pasture or lawn, it will decompose very quickly, especially on a hot, sunny day. Then it is no longer attractive to flies. Plus, you receive the added benefit of providing a fertilizer and soil conditioner for your pasture.

“Old time” manure spreaders do not break up the manure adequately and with their many moving parts, they can require a great deal of maintenance. This is too time consuming and laborious for today’s small farm owner. Newer Spreader® offers a solution to ALL of these problems, without creating new ones. The patented grinding drum crumbles the manure into small pieces and spreads it evenly over the ground as it is pulled with a small garden tractor, four wheeler or golf cart. The Newer Spreader® has few moving parts, and being made of aluminum, it has an extremely long life with virtually no maintenance.

About the Standard Relief Panel (Model 100 & Model 200 only):

The Standard Relief Panel is made of Stainless Steel. It has small holes 3/4″ in diameter which the material is pushed through to help break it up. This panel is also spring-loaded allowing the passing of small rocks, sticks, and frozen manure up to 1-1/2″ inches without bending. This Relief Panel comes standard on the Model 100 and Model 200 Newer Spreaders.

About the Adjustable Relief Panel (Model 125 & Model 225 only):

The Adjustable Relief Panel is made of Stainless Steel. It has small holes 1-1/2″ in diameter which the material is pushed through to help break it up. The advantage of this panel is the ability to adjust the size of the holes to the type of material being spread. This panel is also spring-loaded allowing the passing of small rocks, sticks, and frozen manure up to 1-1/2″ inches without bending. The Adjustable Relief Panel comes standard on the Model 125 and Model 225 Newer Spreaders.

About the Agitator:

The Agitator is placed on top of the drum to prevent bridging of the manure and/or bedding over the top of the drum. The agitator is helpful if you bed with shavings on rubber mats and you must remove a lot of wet, soiled shavings. Also helpful if you are picking up straight manure with no bedding and it’s very wet. Our galvanized steel agitator comes standard on all spreader models. You can always upgrade to our Stainless Steel Agitator for added durability against corrosion.

Have any questions or want additional information? Call us TOLL FREE: 1-866-626-8732 or email us at info@newerspreader.com.