Herd is the Word for Seeding/Spreading

Feb 03, 2020


To make quick work of seeding or fertilizing small or large acreage, food plots, or yards, Herd Seeders has a variety of products that can get the job done.

Available at participating Co-op stores, Herd’s GT-77-ATV, I-258, and M12 models qualify under Livestock Equipment on the Tennessee Agricultural Enhancement Program (TAEP). Following is a rundown of each model:

GT-77-ATV — Herd’s GT‐77‐ATV is a perfect fit for most ATVs, UTVs, side‐by‐side vehicles, or lawn mowers. This broadcaster will eliminate hours of time spent hand‐seeding. It’s precision metering system will calibrate to the smallest seeds, guaranteeing less seed waste. The GT‐77‐ATVs vibrating agitator system ensures a constant feed of the material being spread.

I-258 — A higher capacity electric broadcast seeder/spreader, the Herd I‐258 spreads a wide variety of materials, from seed or fertilizer to insecticides or herbicides. The galvanized hopper is durable enough for years of trouble‐free use. The vibrating agitator gives Herd’s Sure‐Feed of material through the stainless steel seed gate. The spread can be centered, and the metering ensures control of the amount of seed distributed. Mounting kits are available for many vehicles, including 3‐point hitch or UTVs.

M-12 — The Herd M‐12 PTO‐powered broadcast seeder/spreader makes quick work of big jobs. Rugged mountings and galvanized hopper give years of quality performance. The spinning agitator spreads both seed or fertilizer consistently. Seed rates can be adjusted down to approximately 2 pounds per acre.

Visit with the friendly professionals at your local Co-op to select the Herd Seeder that best fits your needs. They’ll be happy to help!
 
 

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