Fertiliser Spreader

A clever design means these spreaders ensure fertiliser flows onto the spreading discs from the inside. It accelerates smoothly without excessive impact, ensuring the fertiliser structure Is not compromised.

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Features and Benefits

When you’ve paid good money for fertiliser you want to make sure it ends up exactly where you want it to go. These highly engineered, Spanish-made spreaders leave absolutely nothing to chance. The innovative company, nestled in Spain’s agricultural heartland, is an international leader with a trusted name going way back to 1952. The spreaders, apart from their accuracy (which is New Zealand certified), also show a rare respect for the fertiliser itself; whether it’s grainy or crystallised. So you get the best out of it. A specialised shaker stops bridging – which means time and money saved, and there’s a sieve that stops any bits and pieces that could block the agitator or outlet. What we especially like about the polyester hopper is that it’ll take the knocks, and the weather, and keep going. The same goes for the stainless steel distribution disc, plates and screws because working with fertilisers can be a bit tough. If you need, they could also be used for seeding.

Technical Specifications

Testimonials

Rogan’s view

Rogan Borrie calves 2,800 cows, and run 3,200 sheep and 1,300 dairy-beef cattle over 6,900 acres. Situated near Oamaru his operation has everything from flat to hill country, and soils that range from stony to heavy.

One of his claims to fame is winning the local Lions Club’s prize for the longest and heaviest fodder beet at a whopping 28.5 kgs. Rogan says the crop, which he has been growing for around nine years, is good for putting weight on cattle.

Rogan has two Aguirre fertiliser spreaders that he keeps fairly busy. He says the decision to buy them was mainly based on price and he feels he is getting good value for money. (Also he’d previously bought other gear from FarmChief.)

One of the spreaders is used behind the cows and the other on the heifer run-off. The first he bought has been on the property for two and a half years, the other for six months.

Rogan says he’s found them reliable and robust. “I like good gear, not stuff that’ll break down all the time.”

- Aguirre AC2-1500 Fertiliser Spreader

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