17 Fertilizer Spreaders Designed With Flexibility in Mind

Flexibility is the name of the game when it comes to fertilizer spreaders: flexibility in application rate, flexibility in the number of products applied, flexibility in spread width, flexibility in swath control. Pretty much flexibility across the board is what most manufacturers are striving for in today’s spreader units, giving applicators the options they need to meet the nutrient demands of every field.

Take the Oxbo AT4103, for example. It features one of the most flexible high flotation chassis and gives you more choice in how you apply fertilizer and other nutrients. The AT4103 can accommodate New Leader Precision Applicators, Oxbo’s AccuAir system with its 72’ air boom, or Oxbo’s 2,600-gallon 90’ AccuSpray system. Flexibility! Or how about the lineup of Unverferth Pro-Force dry spreaders. The optional Duo-, Tri- or Quad-Force multi-bin attachments allow the operator to spread up to four different products, each with variable rate. Again, flexibility.


View the slideshow to learn more about these two products, as well as 15 other models, and how the agricultural industry will be using them to apply products with flexibility during the 2023 growing season.

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