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Russ' Vintage Iron
Russ Quinn DTN Staff Reporter
Mon Mar 23, 2015 09:32 AM CDT

The last several weeks my main focus has been on manure (insert your own joke here). I am writing a series about manure and it has been on my mind quite a bit recently.

Combine this with the fact we are also currently spreading manure on our own family farm and it is only natural that I write about vintage manure spreaders in this month's edition of Russ' Vintage Iron.

My family has had both dairy and beef cattle for multiple generations and at other times also had hogs, sheep, chickens and even turkeys. Needless to say, we have had ...

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