They should really name it the Leonard compost fork. No livestock for several miles from me. But I do make compost for my garden. My recipe is 60% grass clippings to 40% shredded junk mail. (Yes, the Postal Service delivers one of my basic ingredients to me every day for free!) The key to getting all that matted grass and clumpy paper to rot is turning the pile frequently. My Leonard manure fork has made working my compost pile a breeze. Because it?s easier to turn, I am producing more compost than ever before. I had more than I could use in my garden so I put the extra on my lawn. My grass has never looked better. It?s even better than my neighbor?s lawn. He spends all that money on chemicals. I just mow my grass and check the mailbox.
we use it to empty truck of weeds and cutting pick up at different customers
Before buying this pitch fork, we used similar ones from [other stores]. Those tools would not take last very long before the handle and the fork became apart. The A.M. Leonard fork is far superior and has outlasted three of the others. Cost a bit more but is well worth every dollar!
The pitchfork is well made. We use it for loading and spreading mulch. I wish the tines had less of a curvature for our application.
The head is as advertised!. The handle snapped off inside the orange metal part. Just looks like the wood failed. Will be contacting [you] about it.
A.M. Leonard responds: We will investigate; occasionally the wood will fail. We will ensure this customer is satisfied.
I bought this fork a few months ago to compare with others I own, the single forged head is well attached to the handle and it moves wet mulch and wood chips with no problems.
use this fork mulching and cleaning stalls.Very heavy duty,nice handle.It will last for years.