Heavy duty grain and hay feeder for sheep and goats.
- Feeds both hay and grain, so eliminates the need for separate feeders
- Heavy duty construction
- Keeps feed off the ground
California Residents: Proposition 65 Information
- 20" tall
- 13"-16-1/2" wide
- 5-1/2"-11" deep
- 5/16" dia. horizontal rods
- 15/64" dia. vertical rods
- (2) 4" L-hooks (inverted) enable feeder to hang on panels and boards up to 2"
- Hot-dip galvanized
Listed below are recommended optional components or related items. Your particular situation may require alternative recommendations. Please call and talk to our consultants if there are any questions at 800-282-6631.
40" x 48" Welded Wire Panel, 4" holesItem #964700 -
Sturdy, hot-dip galvanized wire panels are great for lambing and kidding pens, gates, fence lines and many other projects. 1/4 in. dia. rods. 4"x4" spacings.$75.00
Wire Panels and Accessories
Wire Panel Hinge, 36" tallItem #965402 -
Provides a strong, reliable connection that is also a 360° hinge. Use to easily attach wire livestock panels and gates together.$4.00
36" x 36" PowerBilt Wire Panel, 3" holesItem #965500 -
Reinforced galvanized welded wire panels. Great for building lambing jugs, gates, fence lines and many other projects.$71.00
Buckets and Troughs
TurboScoop, largeItem #938361 -
Has a front-facing handle so it's uniquely easy to use and kind to wrists. Strong aluminum holds up to years of use without breaking or rusting.$24.00
Buckets and Troughs
TurboScoopItem #938351 -
5 lb capacity scoop with forward facing handle. Useful for scooping feed out of bags or narrow containers.$9.00
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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 New Mexico
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 California
Feeder is better than I had, which was nothing, but goats still waste lots of hay with this feeder. They drag hay out top. It should have some sort of flap for a covering. Is a bit smaller than the flakes, too.
Robert B from Idaho
This is a great single animal feeder. I set this up for my goats and it holds enough hay where I don't have to feed every day plus I feed beet pulp pellets in the bottom. Took me all of less then a minute to set up. Ease of use and filling my needs for the animals makes this a no brainer. The price is the best on the market.