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The world's smallest conventional manure spreaders, Millcreek Models 15 & 22 are constructed with galvanized steel bodies, are compact, and have a very low loading height. Our Mini spreaders are ideal for small stables with 1-3 horses.
Price: $1,699.00




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While these are the smallest manure spreaders in the lineup, our Models 15 & 22 are built with the same reliable, quality craftsmanship Millcreek is known for. The model 15 has a heaped capacity of 8.8 cu.ft., while the 22 measures up at 16.2 cu.ft. These lightweight spreaders are constructed of galvanized 14 gauge steel and require low horsepower to operate. We recommend our Mini manure spreaders for small stables with 1-3 horses.

The 15 & 22 models are the perfect fit to make stall cleaning faster and easier for entry-level buyers on a budget. Get trouble-free performance that's light on the wallet.


  • World's smallest conventional manure spreader
  • Very lightweight and compact
  • Low loading height
  • Galvanized 14 gauge steel
  • Low horsepower requirements


  • Endgate to contain load

Average Rating: 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 25 Write a review »

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Excellent spreader April 14, 2017
Reviewer: David Shipman from Sycamore, PA United States  
Works perfectly for my grand children to clean out their rabbitry.

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Model 15 March 7, 2017
Reviewer: larry o from hammonton nj  
If your on the fence I will help. I bought the model 15 without thinking. My loader has a 60 inch bucket. My spreader is 48 inches long. Being shorter when I load 12 inches of manure gets dumped on the ground. So in closing measure your loader first if you have one and buy the right length. Even so it spreads great as they all do.

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Model 22 Manure spreader February 24, 2017
Reviewer: Willard Braun from Sequim, WA United States  
Appears to be a great product. Unpacking it wasn't that big a deal. Knock the front end of the crate off, unbolt the spreader, pry off the support blocks that the bolts attach to and then pull the spreader out. next remove the support wood from the chain, prop up the front end and install the hitch, viola, all done. I lubed the chains and now I'm waiting until spring to start using the spreader. I'll post a follow-up when I do that.

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15 Mini Manure Spreader November 30, 2016
Reviewer: Virginia Shippey from Crossville, TN United States  
The mini manure spreader is great.  It works like a charm.  It arrived in excellent condition with all parts.  It was very easy to put together.  The hardest part was getting it out of the crate.  I would recommend this spreader with anyone owning 1 or 2 horses.

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LOVE IT!! November 14, 2016
Reviewer: Christina Kellums from Colorado Springs, CO United States  
This manure spreader is the perfect size for my smaller barn. I love that it has sturdy tires, not those that look like they belong on a wheelbarrow. It works smoothlessly and chops/spreads well. I got the tailgate and am really glad I did; it was worth the extra money and keeps manure from falling out in my aisle when the spreader is getting full. Would recommend any Millcreek product!

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