E-Z Compact Manure Spreaders
E-Z Model 25 and E-Z Model 30 Manure Spreaders are constructed from heavy-duty welded 11-gauge steel. The 25 bushel or 30-bushel models are ideal for the small hobby farmer or small equestrian ranches yet, these spreaders are heavily built for hard use. In fact, these manure spreaders are so well built they can be shared or rented out to neighbors.
For the quality workmanship and heavier materials used in these spreaders, you will quickly note that similar competitor models using thinner materials are just not even in the same class.
Shipping is not included in the price.
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Add the optional drop pan to use these spreaders with sawdust and wood chip bedding!
E-Z spreaders are still manufactured one at a time in a small Amish shop in Ohio. The Amish build quality products with lower overhead thus, we are can pass on this type of old-time American manufactured value product to you at a good price.
Compare the specs on this little heavy-duty spreader to the others on the market and you will quickly realize dollar for dollar the quality materials the Amish use to build them just can't be matched.
E-Z spreaders use 11ga steel while others are using thinner 13ga-14ga.
E-Z Spreader uses a 1-3/8" axle while others are using only a 1-1/4".
E-Z Spreaders use the #50 T-Rod Web roller chain whereas the others use standard #50 and #40.
E-Z Spreaders use the old-style direct rod links to the levers instead of cables.
The overall weight is almost double of any other spreader in its class yet, it is built to balance heavy loads.
Everything about the E-Z Spreaders is made to last a long time!
Our Model 25 is only $3170. plus, estimated shipping deposit based on Midwest of East and West Coast if actual shipping is less than this estimate we will refund the difference! see note below.
We do have larger models up to 75 bushels available, just drop us an e-mail for a quote.
The E-Z Model 25 has an overall length of 8’ and the E-Z Model 30 has an overall length of 9’. Both models are only 3’ tall for easier loading and are only 60” wide to maneuver in between tight spaces in the barn.
The sides are durable powder-coated steel while the floor is equipped with tongue and groove poly recycled plastic lumber and the wheels have rubber tires. The unit utilizes heavy-duty roller chains and sealed bearings for years of service. The floor conveyor utilizes a heavy #50 T-Rod Web Chain to prevent breakage with a full load. Both models have trailer tongue jacks.
Since these are Amish-built, steel wheels and single horse hookups are available if you want to use these spreaders in a historical living history farm or ranch.
Both the Shredder auger and chain floor conveyor are powered by the wheels. Two operating handles on the front engage or disengage these power units.
Optional drop pan- If you are using the spreader for sawdust-based manure, consider the optional drop pan. The drop pan extends the bed under the augers. This helps the manure with the finer sawdust from dropping off the back of the spreader before it reaches the auger. Other spreaders may not offer this option.
Both models can be pulled by a 10 H.P. or larger garden tractor/ATV at a ground speed of 5-6 MPH. At this speed, the shredder will throw a 10’ wide path.
With the heavier metal, the empty weight is 700 lbs. for the Model 25 and 750 lbs. for the Model 30, if you are planning on using one of these spreaders on hilly steep terrain, safety consideration should be given to the unit loaded with heavy wet manure and the size of the tractor or ATV you plan to pull it with. The compounding weight going down a steep incline may overpower the brakes on a small garden tractor or ATV causing it to flip over while making a turn.
Shipping is not included in the price. This item will need to be shipped truck freight from South Central Ohio to a business address or a freight terminal in your city, so it is priced F.O.B.
To ship to a business address in the Midwest and East Coast we estimate the cost is $600 or less plus a $125 pallet fee total of $725 To ship to the Western States we estimate $900 or less plus $125 pallet fee total of $1025.
In some locations around the Midwest and up into the North East states we can have them shipped open on a flatbed truck for much less. Select F.O.B for us to see if you're on one of these routine truck routes.
You may select the shipping estimate and apply a shipping deposit below.
You may also select the F.O.B direct shipping quote and we will obtain a quote to a business address in your city.
We will refund the difference of the shipping deposit to you of our actual shipping cost. If the actual cost is higher, we will cover the additional cost up to 10% above the shipping deposit.
If the actual shipping cost is still above this amount, we will contact you for the additional amount or upon your request provide a full refund before processing your order.
We can also arrange for dock pickup at the factory if you are within driving distance to South Central Ohio.
For shipments outside the Continental USA please select F.O.B. and we will obtain a shipping quote.
We can obtain a shipping quote to a residential address, but the cost will be considerably higher. If you do not have a business address, generally for a small handling fee a local tractor implement company will accept delivery and allow you to pick it up from their location.
Shipping is based on the truck being able to access a loading dock, forklift, or other easy on offloading or the unit on a pallet. Liftgate charges will be extra.
Please select the model using the drop-down box.
See a video of the E-Z Spreader being pulled by a team of donkeys. Click Here
- EZ Model 25
- EZ Model 30
What our customers say:
Hi Paul, the spreader works great. It is a bit smaller than the other one we have been using but this one makes tighter turns, so we really like it.
Hi Paul, we ordered a manure spreader from you a few weeks ago, and well, I think you are just going to have to ship us another one these but the next size up. The one you sent really gets the job done and I want to bring that one home for my place here and put the new larger one up on the ranch.