- Eliminates need for separate hay/grain feeders
- Heavy duty construction
- Feeds both grain and hay
- Height: 20"
- Top of feeder: 16.5"W, 11"D
- Bottom of feeder: 13"W, 5.5"D
- Inverted 4" L-Hooks enable feeder to hang on panels and boards up to 2"
- Rods: 7/16" vertical rods and 1/4" horizontal rods
- Hot-dip galvanized
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Todd S from New York
Well constructed and the fact that it was one piece is excellent. The only reason I gave it a 4 out of 5 was because, like all my other feeders, I had to zip tie a flip top lid on it so the goats wouldn't pull all of the hay from the open top.
Philip L from WY
Constructed well. Too small for our application, Burros. Too small for single flake of hay. Now I have to pay $48.00 to return it.
Mark B from Texas
This is a very nice feeder. Both hay and feed work equally well in it. It would have been nice to have drain holes factory drilled into it, but a few minutes with my drill and my problem solved. Some my not want the holes in theirs, so I guess that is a personal preference.
Andrea P from NM
Feeding single rams with this feeder. Needs to have a bigger pan for feeding grain. Bars could be wider and set out farther to the front. Big rams can pull feed from the top. It only holds 1 small block of hay. Built well and appears to be holding up to abuse that rams dish out. This was the main reason for purchase.
Mona K from Ca
feeder is better than I had, which was nothing but goats still waste lots of hay with this feeder. They drag hay out top, should have some sort of flap for a covering. Is a bit smaller than the flakes, too.