Delivers the performance you demand from a Wet/Dry Feeder.
36″ tall, Tallest shelf feeder made in the U.S.
Offers the fastest rate of gain in the market today.
Durable, the heaviest construction in the market-14″-16″ hole spacing.
Long term reliability-Offered in any size up to 84″ long
Custom sizes available.
Channel frame mounts to gating or bolts to floor
Water guard for small pigs
Spinner agitators in feed pan
Quick and easy feed adjustment with dial selection
Water tray gravity filled by self-leveling vacuum valve
Constant water level for weaned pigs (adjustable)
No nipples to leak
The first wet/dry feeder to:
“FEED LIKE A TUBE AND STORE LIKE A DRY”
Tub holds approximately 300 pounds of feed
Flared dividers to keep feed dry
Frame 43″ H, hopper 11″ W, feed pan 18″ W
Sizes available: 48″, 60″ & 70″ L
Improved rolled bottom for added strength and no sharp edges
Solid dividers with no sharp edges, to prevent feed loss, due to crowding or fighting
Large capacity feeder hopper
Available in single or double-sided Custom sizes available
16 ga. construction
Option: XL Heavy Duty Divider Dry Feeder
Custom sizes available
A simple method of rotation to the dry feeder to enable washing and proper drying of the feeder. Our system enables the feeder to comfortably rotate and hold multiple positions by simply hooking the chain to the desired tip point. The kit allows rotation without falling out and needing to reattach every time.
A new precision crank for all of our feeders. This new adjuster offers the ability to micro-manage the fine tuning of adjustments with the opportunity to Re-Calibrate the gauge to assure that the opening is open or closed precisely to the liking of the operator!
Double 50 lb Salt Block holder eatures rounded edges for animal safety and it's durable impact resistant poly construction with UV protection ensures this salt block holder will hold up to years of use in harsh elements. Molded in bottom drain prevents standing water from dissolving the salt block. Positions two 50 lb blocks at an angle creating minimal exposure to the elements.