The longest lasting, best performing, most serviceable horizontal beater manure spreader your money can buy.
Conventional beater configuration, for hydraulic-push machines, places the upper beater directly above the main beater. In some conditions, manure from the upper part of the load can break away and tumble into the lower beater before it reaches the upper beater causing a light/heavy/light spread pattern.
The aggressive shape rips the manure and holds onto it for a fraction of a second. The result is a spread pattern that puts the manure behind the spreader rather than into the air.