Not sure if you noticed, in the picture with the loader the box is lowered, makes it easier to load with non high lift loaders. It hyd raises for ground clearance.That undercarriage must have a lot of travel for how high that box is above the wheels or else they sure wasted a lot of space.
Horizontal beaters I'd assume?
Interesting. Seems kinda pointless to me as it's more stuff to break but maybe they need that much clearance where they're going.Not sure if you noticed, in the picture with the loader the box is lowered, makes it easier to load with non high lift loaders. It hyd raises for ground clearance.
Wheels, the spinner spreaders work well with compost. Here we spread a lot of raw manure right out of the feedlot and have to use beater style spreaders. Either verticle or horizontal style.Manure Spreader, Compost Windrow Turner, Compost Spreader WA, NSW, QLD, SA | Nufab
These are gaining popularity around here for spreading clay. Being local helps too. A couple of my neighbours have been spreading clay/gravel at 1t/ha on the tops of their sandhills and getting good stabilisation and better germination. That artic dumpy would be way to heavy for paddock work.