|John Deere?? Horse Drawn Manure Spreader??|
|I know that this is a very old manure spreader. It is chain driven, horse drawn,has a wooden seat, unlike some with a metal tractor type seat. I beleive its a Deere. I think the paint is green. It is all intack for the most part. everything is moving and working. Am restoring it but would like to know what year it is. I did not show the back disks in the picture.Any help would be appreciateed. Email me at ..email@example.com |
Submitted by Norm Noftsier, from CA
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