horses and snakes

Horses and Snakes, 5 Things You Should Know

Has your horse ever encountered a snake? Even though horses greatly outweigh those sly creatures, you should know which snakes pose a real threat, how your horse might react if he encounters one and what to do (and not do) if your horse gets bit! Here’s 5 things to understand about horses and snakes.   Whether you welcome those slithering serpents into your space or Read More →

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What Can Pull A Millcreek Manure Spreader?

  We get asked this question often. What can pull a Millcreek manure spreader? Questions like, “Will my four wheeler pull it?”, “What about any old ATV?” Our typical response is – it depends on the model spreader! Well, let’s clarify that answer here.   When you download our Millcreek Spreader Buyer’s Guide you’ll notice a breakdown of the required engine size of the motorized Read More →

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How To Care For Egg Laying Hens

As our daylight hours increase those of us who depend on our egg laying hens begin breathing a sigh of relief. More light in the day means more eggs to be laid! Whether you are a seasoned chicken flock manager or you’re just starting out with peppy pullets, you’ll want to be sure to provide the right elements at this time so your hens will Read More →

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Reconditioning Your Horse After Winter

Whether or not your horse put on extra pounds during the winter months, thoughtful consideration of a good reconditioning strategy is important to regain stamina and prevent injuries. Perhaps you have already started short walks and low-intensity exercises. It makes sense to start out slow and most horse owners know that. This guide will give additional physiological concepts to understand and monitor as you begin Read More →

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Choose the Right Fence For Your Farm

Deciding on the most appropriate fence for your farm can be tricky and costly! If your goal is to contain your horses and other farm animals, special considerations must be taken into account to ensure their safety. Your land terrain and budget play a critical role in the decision as well. Do you opt for wood or panel fencing? Is standard field wire fencing the Read More →

Stainless Steel Spreader Offer

Buy any Stainless Steel Spreader starting at a model 27SS up to model 127SS in December 2017 and receive a vacation on us. Good for 2 nights at over 400 amazing destinations. See website for details.  

How high are the sides on a Millcreek spreader?

Millcreek spreaders are designed with the needs of our customers in mind.  When we receive feedback based on our products, and you tell us what would make your job easier, we implement those features into our equipment so that it serves you well. Our spreaders are about 4”-7” lower than other comparable products currently available on the market.  Many of our most popular models are Read More →

Millcreek 2100 Spreader

Since 1986, Millcreek has been the industry leader in manufacturing high-quality spreaders, and the new 2100 spreader is the latest addition to our fleet. The 2100 is a wheel-driven (not PTO) spreader that is ideal for gardens, sports fields, yards, golf courses and parks.  It is able to handle compost, sand, and both pelletized and granular lime, and is capable of spreading both wet and Read More →

Millcreek Spreaders: Precision Engineered for Precision Handling.

Millcreek spreaders are designed to be as user-friendly as possible, ensuring that you spend less time on chores and more time doing the things that you love. Dolly Wheel Jack. Many of our spreaders are equipped with a dolly wheel jack, which makes moving your spreader easy even when it’s full.  Equipped models include everything from the Compact 27 Deluxe model up through the heavy Read More →

Millcreek Spreaders: Built to Handle Hay and Straw

When Joe Glick set out to build a better spreader in 1985, he was redesigning a product that had remained essentially unchanged for more than three-quarters of a century.  Although early spreaders were an improvement over the “wagon and pitchfork” method that had been used for hundreds of years, they were still maintenance intensive. A new kind of spreader.  Joe made up his mind that Read More →

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