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A SECTION is one mile square.
Each section has 640 acres.
1 mile is 5,280 feet, so a section contains 27,878,400 square feet.
Divide that by 640 acres, and
1 acre contains 43,560 square feet.
Your plot of 9,329 sq feet contains .214 acres, or just over 1/5 of an acre.
This is a push spreader, but if your question is about a tow-behind spreader, it would depend on the configuration of your tow vehicle. It's a very long stretch for me to reach the control on my tow-behind. I've had to improvise. Most important consideration is safety. Don't cause yourself to lean too much and never disable a safety feature on your mower.