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Is it really worth the extra money to get a professional grade broadcast spreader??

I am a landscaper and use to using the cheaper broadcast spreaders that you find at Home Depot, Scotts Speedy Green 3000 for example. But I see a lot of landscapers hauling around these more heavy duty looking, round barrel shaped broadcast spreaders with rubber tires all the time, and was wanting to know the reason why? I checked the prices of these spreaders and they are nearly 3 x the price of the Scotts Brand Spreaders you find at Home Depot. Are they really worth it, if you are doing a lot of seed and fertilizer spreading? Do they hold a lot more seed? Do they spread more accurately? More evenly? What exactly?? Why?? Thanks for you answers!
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Is it really worth the extra money to get a professional grade broadcast spreader??

I am a landscaper and use to using the cheaper broadcast spreaders that you find at Home Depot, Scotts Speedy Green 3000 for example. But I see a lot of landscapers hauling around these more heavy duty looking, round barrel shaped broadcast spreaders with rubber tires all the time, and was wanting to know the reason why? I checked the prices of these spreaders and they are nearly 3 x the price of the Scotts Brand Spreaders you find at Home Depot. Are they really worth it, if you are doing a lot of seed and fertilizer spreading? Do they hold a lot more seed? Do they spread more accurately? More evenly? What exactly?? Why?? Thanks for you answers! Why do professional landscapers feel these heavy duty spreaders are worth the considerable extra money??? Why do professional landscapers feel these heavy duty spreaders are worth the considerable extra money??? To the first answerer, I have been using the "push kind" previously. What I am talking about here is the push kind that
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