The Agri-Fab 45-0329 towed broadcast spreader is specifically designed for towing behind UTVs and ATVs. It has a gear disengage feature which allows higher transport speeds and longer life, as well as including a spreader grate which improves material flow and performance.
With a hopper capacity of 80kg / 175lbs / 20 gallons (dry), the Agri-Fab 45-0329 has a 40,000 square foot coverage in a single fill - that's roughly one acre. With up to 12 feet spread width, it features a rustproof poly hopper and spreader plate. The raised on/off control is easily accessible from the UTV/ATV seat.
The extra large 15" x 6" pneumatic tyres with ball bearings ensure smooth running and reliability, even at higher speeds. A durable vinyl cover is included for keeping the spreading material dry and free flowing.
Broadcast spreaders cut down on the number of passes necessary to fully cover your lawn due to their wide distribution pattern. Because of their random distribution pattern, over-fertilising and under-fertilising are reduced.
80kg (175lbs) or 20 gallons
3m to 3.5m (10' to 12')
3700m² (1 acre)
Heat-treated steel gears
15" x 6" pneumatic turf tyres with bearings
L: 43" x W: 38" x H: 41"
5 Year Limited Warranty
Agri-Fab® attachments are designed for homeowners who want beautiful gardens yet want the job to be quick and easy.
Agri-Fab are dedicated to building quality and durability into the products they make. We can assure you that their products are made with the very best components to insure lasting performance. As proof of this commitment, all A-F lawn care products contain a limited five-year warranty. You can always be sure when purchasing an Agri-Fab® product that it will provide you with years of service as well as making your lawn beautiful and its care easy.
To save you money, Agri-Fab products require some assembly. This assembly is designed to be very easy and straightforward, allowing you to use your product without delay. As one of the UK's most distributed lawn care brand, Agri-Fab are well known and loved throughout the country.