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Mid-Size Manure Spreaders

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Millcreek's Mid-Size manure spreaders are made farm-tough with heavy gauge steel and wear-resistant features for the low maintenance, long-term reliability you need. The 57 & 77 have a heaped capacity of 56 cu.ft. and 72 cu.ft. respectively and can be towed with a compact tractor. These spreaders can easily accommodate a large stable of up to 20 horses. Both models are available in your choice of either Ground or PTO drive.

If you're using the horse manure spreader for finer bedding materials, the optional Fines Pan helps distribute material evenly and precisely. The endgate option comes in several tiers to allow for full control over material spreading.

Price: $4,899.00





Deluxe [Add $600.00]Rhino Lining, Jackstand

Standard [Add $270.00]Jackstand

Deluxe [Add $730.00]Rhino Lining, Jackstand

Standard [Add $700.00]Jackstand

Deluxe [Add $1,430.00]Rhino Lining, Jackstand

Standard [Add $1,830.00]Jackstand

Deluxe [Add $630.00]Rhino Lining, Jackstand

Manual Endgate:
[Add $199.00]

Fines Pan:
[Add $349.00]

Fines Pan:
[Add $499.00]

Hydraulic Endgate:
[Add $1,149.00]

Hydraulic Endgate:
[Add $989.00]

Manual Endgate:
[Add $349.00]

Upper Beater Installed:
[Add $869.00]

Upper Beater Installed:
[Add $519.00]

Description Specifications Manuals

Millcreek’s 57 & 77 Mid-Size manure spreaders are built for larger stables with up to 20 horses. They are available in both Ground and PTO Drive.

Standard Features

  • No-rot, no-rust poly floor
  • T-Link apron chain
  • Rugged farm grade steel construction
  • Industrial powder coat finish
  • 4.5" Flared sides for easy loading
  • Swing-away jack stand
  • Heavy duty beaters
  • Flared sides
  • Choice of drive type


  • Stainless steel body
  • Ground Drive (forward motion powers spreading action)
  • PTO Drive (Power Take-Off; connects directly to vehicle for extra power on heavy loads)
  • Ag-Traction tires for Ground Drive
  • Ribbed tires for PTO Drive
  • Manual endgate
  • Hydraulic endgate
  • Fines pan
  • Urethane interior lining with stainless hardware
  • Upper beater
  • Stainless steel body
  • Stainless steel beater
  • Stainless steel apron chain

Average Rating: 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 4 Write a review »

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Spreader September 21, 2018
Reviewer: Jerry Engelauf from Riverside, CA United States  
Great spreader

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77G spreader October 13, 2017
Reviewer: Andrew Johnson from Aspen, CO United States  
We recently purchased this to spread broken down yard waste compost on our hay field and native areas. The shipping crate arrived broken, though it didnt seem to have damaged the spreader. We then were having issues with it dropping the drive chain constantly, which we thought may have been a bent sprocket due to the broken shipping crate. After talking to Brendan a couple of times, we were able to get it working properly without any replacement parts, but if needed he was willing to make it right for us. The spreader now seems to be working great, and is working well for our needs, thanks to Brandon and all at Millcreek.

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4700 Manure spreader March 20, 2017
Reviewer: Lynda Collins from Western NC  
We love our spreader, have had it for over three years and have had no problems.  Easy to hook up and tow.
Holds enough that we only empty it once a week for 3 horses. The sides are low enough to be easy to load.

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Millcreek 77P July 8, 2016
Reviewer: Peggy S from Western New York  
There are not enough great adjectives to describe how wonderful both the Millcreek company and their manure spreaders are!  Their customer service is fantastic, the prices are extremely reasonable, and the spreaders are built to last. I bought a Model 75P when we first started our farm 14 years ago and it has been an absolute workhorse. I just recently replaced it with a Model 77P and I could not be more pleased.  They have made some great changes such as lowering the sides, adding Rhino lining, and making it gear driven instead of belt driven. I love it and it has made something as mundane as spreading poo a pleasure!

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