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Today we'll talk about the dump spreader and what it was designed for. It was designed for dairy and liquid-ish liquid type manure. The phrase we always used was "if it flows, it goes", and it's the consistency of concrete or thinner. The best way to do it is that it gives you the best chance as you dump. The two expellers in the back spin in unison and expel the manure to spread about 20 feet, which is pretty average. The concept is that it's a low-profile spreader where we keep it low enough so it's very easy to load. This unit itself is about a two thousand gallon unit, and it has a valve with a shared hydraulic system between this cylinder and the hydraulic motors on the back. The faster it raises, the slower they spin, and the slower it raises, the faster they spin. The theory behind that is when you dump slow, it's a very thin liquid, so it's very easy to throw it. When it dumps quickly, it's a thicker liquid, so it can spin slower and make it happen that way. You'll notice a high pivot point, and that allows this to pivot around here and keeps the center of gravity very low. Unlike a dump truck where the weight goes backwards, this keeps the weight forward between the wheels and reduces tipping and swaying. Some other things you'll notice is a full tubular structure built underneath with a bridge design or a truss design for more strength to carry more weight. It has a walking tandem axle for uneven surfaces. Some major points you want to talk about are: no chains inside to move manure, no aprons opening and closing in the back. The big difference is there's nothing to break down. When...