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Perhaps the smelliest job on the farm was hauling manure. First you had to scoop it into the spreader. Then you drove out to the field. You would engage a lever, and the conveyor in the wagon would push the wet waste into the spinning forks of the rear mechanisam, casting the manure out in a fan pattern. Usually some of it flew forward and hit the tractor driver.
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