Heavy Duty Feeders

3800HD

Weight: 455kg
Dimensions @ cattle height:
2440 x 1650 x 2150 (LxWxH)
Dimensions @ sheep height:
2440 x 1650 x 1950 (LxWxH)
Flat-packed dimensions:
2440 x 1160 x 310 (LxWxH)
Volume: 3800 litres
Capacity - wheat: 3000kg
Capacity - barley/pellets: 2400kg
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This product is not suitable for horned rams.

1800HD

Weight: 375kg
Dimensions @ cattle height:
2440 x 1650 x 1450 (LxWxH)
Dimensions @ sheep height:
2440 x 1650 x 1250 (LxWxH)
Flat-packed dimensions:
2440 x 1160 x 280 (LxWxH)
Volume: 1800 litres
Capacity - wheat: 1400kg
Capacity - barley/pellets: 1150kg
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This product is not suitable for horned rams.

Strong
  • 65mm SHS braces between the skids
  • Skids increased to 60mm SHS
  • Tine guides made with 200x100mm RHS
  • A channel section added to the outer sides of the trough
  • Braces added under the weather protection
  • The roof has been reinforced along all edges
Durable
  • The bottom of the troughs, upper and lower adjusters are made of material with superior longevity
Easier to use
  • Platforms prevent movement from erosion
  • 4 x sight glasses each end
  • Lower side walls have gutters that drain out the feeder
  • Cleaning tool provided
  • Adjuster Guard housed in secure location when not in use
  • Spring clip secures Adjuster Guard in position
Flexible
  • Feeder height easily changes with bolts

Stock Per Feeder

3800HD

  • 200-250 ewes or lambs
  • 100 ewes with 120 lambs
  • 40-50 cattle
  • 25 cows with 25 calves
  • 60 calves

1800HD

  • 100-125 ewes or lambs
  • 50 ewes with 60 lambs
  • 20-25 cattle
  • 12 cows with 12 calves
  • 30 calves

Note: these figures are advisory only and can vary depending upon conditions

2016 Catalogue

Advanced Adjustment System

The Advanced Adjustment System gives the user superior control in rationing feed. This design is unique to Advantage Feeders. The feed ration can easily be adjusted while the feeder is full of grain.

Stock are required to lick feed from the outflow groove between the 2 adjusters. Research has shown that the stock lick for 5-10 minutes and then graze where the feeder is used in a supplement situation.

The licking period is limited because the livestock use the saliva from their tongue to access feed from within the groove – this decreases with progressive licks

Upcoming Shows 2016

MARCH

17-19:
Central Districts Field Days
Feilding

APRIL

13-14:
East Coast Farming & Technology Expo
Wairoa

MAY

10-12:
Deer Industry Conference
Dunedin

JUNE

15-18:
National Fieldays
Hamilton

NOVEMBER

07-09:
Christchurch Show
Christchurch