Hi, I’m Carol Williams and welcome to my farm. I’m the proud owner and user of an ABI spreader. I have the fifty size model. It’s the perfect size spreader for my operation with the two horses. It takes care of everything we need it to do.
I first came to hear about the ABI spreader from one of the company owners and I was very excited to see that there was going to be another manure spreader on the market. It was relatively new then. I’ve had the spreader for about a year and he told me I was gonna be impressed and I’d used another brand of manure spreader before. I had no idea how impressed I was going to be.
The functionability of the ABI spreader; The double beater bar, there’s just no comparison with the way the manure is chopped and spread off the back of the manure spreader for, you know, putting it on the land. It’s got to be it’s so much it is so much better to distribute it wider and finer for the decomposition of it into the soil.
Hooking up the manure spreader is a breeze with the footed jack on the crank. You can back right up to it and then the jack works very smoothly. The lever mechanism on the ABI manure spreader are very easy to reach from the four wheeler. Being a short person. I prefer to come up here to offer the four-wheeler to operate them, but they’re very easy to engage and disengage.
One of the things that impressed us, was this is built like a tank compared to the Millcreek manure spreaders, and prior to buying this we went ahead and we looked at Mill Creek again. And the manufacturing differences between that brand and this brand were phenomenal. The gage of the metal, is a lot stronger. The overall structure is there’s no flex in it. It was just built like a tank.
And it just it it can take anything you put in it. I use it year round. Wintertime too. When manure is frozen and this thing pulls and does the job.