Manure Spreader Sale

Why you should buy a manure spreader!

Having trouble with spreading your manure piles? You have come to the right place. If you are suffering with the following problems regarding manure, then you are probably already attempting to spread manure in some way. Here are some reasons to consider spreading manure using manure spreaders: MESS: First and foremost, the average horse produces between 40 and 50 lbs of manure each and every Read More →

Millcreek Manure Spreaders Sale - Save $500 Now Until 12/31/16 on Model 77, 97 and 127 Spreaders

Manure Spreader Sale – Save $500 on Millcreek’s Largest Models!

Have a lot of land or a lot of horses? BIGGER IS BETTER when it comes to manure spreaders and right now you’ll save $500 on Model 77, 97 and 127 machines during our December Special Manure Spreader Sale! FREE SHIPPING included on all orders. Farmers and horse owners know that a Millcreek manure spreader is the fastest, most efficient way to deal with manure management. Read More →

Good quality horse hay is essential to your horse's diet!

Buy Right: Seven Signs of Good Quality Horse Hay

Ideally, mature horses should eat 1% of their weight in good quality horse hay every day – about 10 lb. Here’s what to look for when you’re sourcing this critical part of their ration! What makes a horse owner happier than starting winter with a barn full of hay? Getting the right hay is important, though: you want quality forage for your dollars spent and avoiding Read More →

Manure Spreader Sale

Manure Spreader SALE – Save $150 on Millcreek!

You know a Millcreek spreader will save you time and energy – right now you’ll save money, too, during our manure spreader SALE! Fall is the perfect time to add fertilizer to your fields. Spreading manure adds valuable nitrogen, potassium and phosphorus to nourish plants and improve soil. It’s really a win-win situation if you have horses because you’ll get rid of the manure pile, Read More →

Energize Pastures Now for Great Grazing!

How-To: Energize Pastures Now For Great Grazing!

Horses are designed to graze and good quality pasture boosts their health and nutrition. Here’s how to energize pastures on your farm with the right fertilizer and seed! Early Fall is prime time to overseed pastures. Warmer soil temperatures encourage germination and adequate moisture, less weed competition, and cool, desirable weather conditions give grass a good head start. Taking the time to energize pastures now pays off in Read More →

Millcreek Manure Spreaders

How-To: Pick the Right Size Millcreek Manure Spreader

You’re ready to clean stalls faster and more easily, along with adding nature’s best fertilizer to your fields or farm – so you’re ready for a Millcreek manure spreader! But what size machine is right for your operation? “What size spreader do I need?” is one of the most common questions we hear from customers. “I wish I’d bought a smaller spreader!” is something we never Read More →

Riding Arena Maintenance

Fundamentals of Riding Arena Maintenance – Groom It Right!

Your riding arena is a big investment, so keeping it safe and comfortable for your horses is an important part of your farm routine. Read on for practical advice on riding arena maintenance and how the Millcreek Arena Spin Groomer can help! A well-maintained riding arena allows your horse to perform at his peak. The best riding surfaces offer your horse just enough cushion, good traction Read More →

Composting Horse Manure

How-To: 10 Tips for Composting Horse Manure

You know horses generate a lot of the world’s best natural fertilizer – but you’d rather compost it before spreading it on pastures, crops or gardens. Here are some important tips for composting horse manure, aka “What To Do With the Poo!” The goal of composting horse manure is to break it down into material that’s more beneficial to soil and plants and eliminate less desirable elements. Proper Read More →

Victory Farm Therapeutic Horsemanship Wins Millcreek Spreaders Sweepstakes

Millcreek Spreaders Sweepstakes Winner!

Victory Farm Therapeutic Horsemanship – Gastonia, NC “Rosie” and the other horses at Victory Farm might spend their days helping special needs children and adults through equestrian therapy, but they produce plenty of manure, too! That’s why Dory Pell, Program Director, and her volunteers at this great organization were so grateful to win the 27+ Standard in the “Spring Fling” Millcreek Spreaders Sweepstakes. “THANK YOU, Read More →

Horse Barn Spring Cleaning Checklist - Millcreek Spreaders

Horse Barn Spring Cleaning Checklist

Spring has finally sprung – and it’s time to clean up the farm and barn! Here’s a handy Horse Barn Spring Cleaning Checklist to help you get started: Thoroughly sweep out your hay storage area. Loose hay, dirt, dust and chaff need to go, along with older hay you shouldn’t feed. It will help with the barn’s air quality, too! Tackle the tack room: check Read More →

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