Build Your Own Hay Feeders – Plan Booklet
A full-color 12 page booklet with plans for building your own hay-saving, sheep and goat feeders using Premier’s durable welded wire panels. Contains instructions and diagrams on how to build double-sided or single-sided hay feeders.
- 8.5" x 11 booklet
- 12 colorful pages
- 2 unique hay feeder designs (single-sided and double-sided)
A printed version of the feeder plan booklet may be purchased for $3.00, or you can download a PDF for FREE using the link above.
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Sandy M from Arizona
I have made these hay feeders before and they are great. We need a few more. The directions are easy to follow.
Sandy M from Arizona
I loved my single-sided feeders. I had my son’s FFA Chapter build these for us. They did a good job. I’ve been using them for 15 years now.
Betty W from Washington State
Followed the plans for a single sided feeder yet needed to modify it to only 48 in. long. Looks great.
Chris L from Tennessee
The design and plans were easy to read and build. The main problem I have is the feeder is too high for my sheep. They can barely reach the feeder. I had to modify and lower it. Just something to consider when building. I have Dorper/Katahdin/Romanov sheep. Would probably be fine for Suffolk or hampshire sheep.
Anna M from Missouri
Instructions are easy to understand and look as if a beginning carpenter can handle the construction.