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Spyker Spreaders, Brinly-Hardy - Lawn Broadcast Spreader
Our Recommended Choice for Lawn Fertilizer Spreaders

Spyker spreaders by Brinly-Hardy are durable, precise and made in the USA - one of the best on the market. A favorite brand of commercial lawn care and sport turf professionals as well as do it yourself homeowners. Many praise the way these spreaders consistently throw fertilizer and other products in a wide and even pattern.

Looking for quality that will last a lifetime?


  • Pneumatic Tires
  • Enclosed Metal Gears (Pro Series)
  • Poly or Stainless Steel Hoppers
  • Stainless Steel or Powder Coated Frames
  • They Throw a Wide and Even Pattern
  • Positive ON/Off (no cables)
  • Easy to Adjust, Clean and Maintain

The pros know the importance of accurate lawn applications. Whether spreading seed, fertilizer, herbicides, snow melt, top dressing material, or soil amendments you will find a Spyker spreader to meet your needs. They handle everything from fine pellets to bulky organic fertilizers. The Pro Series can even handle spreading mulch materials.

While these broadcast spreaders are primarily used by turfgrass professionals, home owners who are tired of struggling with the cheap plastic junk they sell at the local home improvement store will appreciate these sturdy and easy-to-use spreaders.

If you are looking for a quality broadcast spreader, I think a Pro Series model is a good choice for lawn care professionals and a Spyker of Brinly-Hardy 20 Series is perfect for homeowners.

Spyker Broadcast SpreaderThis model 46 is ideal for small landscapers as well as home or estate owners.

Recommended professional spreader: Spyker Pro Series with Poly Hopper, 120-Pound Capacity and stainless steel frame. The 40 Series and the 60 Series are Pro Series models. All of the commercial grade models are available in either a powder coated or stainless steel frame.

Note: All Pro Series spreaders have a lifetime guarantee on Gear Systems.

Recommended for home owners that don't want to spend as much on a broadcast spreader as a commercial lawn company would: The 20 Series with poly or stainless steel hopper. It is well worth the money!

Large Acreage? Consider a tow-behind spreader for your riding lawn mower. Tow-behinds handle up to 175 lbs of material allowing the operator to quickly cover large lots with fewer trips to reload the hopper. All of the Pro Series spreaders are equipped with metal gears and lifetime warranty on gear systems.

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