We recently bought 3 tons on lime (that is 6000 lbs, which sounds a lot heavier). We intended to use our lime spreader, and pull that behind the tractor between the grapes and blackberry rows. Turns out, the lime spreader does not really work with the lime we got…it just plugged up. So this weekend we shoveled lime onto the small wagon, which Jeff then pulled slowly with the tractor between the rows, while Lars and Tina shoveled the lime back off, “flinging” it along side the plants. (Some of us were better “flingers” than others) One wagon load of lime was enough for 4 rows at a time. We could manage 2 wagonloads, then we needed a break. At this point, we are nearly done, just more more wagonload to go – what a great upper body workout!