Seeders

FSP Series Spreaders

CAT. 1
FSP Series rotary/spin type Broadcast Spreaders are capable of spreading seed, sand, salt, top dressings, lime, prilled/granular fertilizer, and most all other types of granular materials at delivery rates ranging from 43-890 lbs. per acre. Agitator extension comes standard. The spread rate, capability, and range of hopper capacities make FSP Spreaders well suited for applications on farms, golf courses, food plots, park systems, athletic fields, campuses, and smaller municipal or commercial operations. They excel at spreading sand or salt for control of ice and snow.
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PFS Series Spreaders

PFS4000-CAT. 1; PFS5060-CAT. 1 & 2; PFS8010-CAT. 2
The PFS Series pendulum-type broadcast spreaders are capable of spreading seed, top dressings, prilled/granular fertilizer, lime, and iron at delivery rates ranging from 44 to 890 lbs. per acre with a spreading width of 20' to 46'. Optional spouts are available for narrow spreading, vineyard spreading between rows, and vineyards/orchards spreading on the rows only.
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PTS Series Spreaders

Pull-Type
Land Pride's PTS Series spin type Broadcast Spreaders offer a pull type hitch and are ground wheel driven with simple gearbox disengagement for transport. The spreaders are capable of spreading seed, sand, salt, top dressings, prilled/granular fertilizer, and many other types of granular materials. The spread rate capability and range of hopper capacities make the PTS Series Spreaders well suited for applications on farms, golf courses, food plots, park systems, athletic fields, and campuses.
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APS15 Series All Purpose Seeders

25-80 HP
The APS15 Series All Purpose Seeders are excellent combination planting and cultivation tools for golf courses, school systems, municipalities, rental yards, construction companies, sports fields, and college campuses. Their narrower widths make them effective in seeding applications on residential lots, grassy medians, or rights-of-way adjacent to sidewalks, community parks, sporting facilities, and golf courses. Unlike wider seeder models, these units will do a more effective job of planting in areas where undulations, moguls, and depressions are prevalent.
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