Mobile Calf Creep Feeder
8FT Mobile Calf Creep Feeder
This feeder is constructed from 3mm galvanized plate steel. It comes with an adjustable walk through creep and gate surround that fully hinges up into a latched position for ease of transport. You have two options to transport, our standard 3 point linkage or you can use the fork guide.
It has a large capacity hopper holding up to one ton of meal. The overhang on the lid gives added protection along with our crow flap curtain helping to keep out vermin and the rain.
Adding all of these factors together we believe this feeder is one of the most durable and practical creep feeders on the market.
Mobile Calf Creep Feeder Features
Adjustable walk through creep and gate surround hinges up into a latched position for ease of transport.
The Overhang on lid/food gives added protection
Crow flap curtain to keep out vermin
Standard 3 point linkage
large capacity hopper and trough constructed from 3mm galvanized plate steel
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Hugh MacEneaney, Teagasc Dairy Adviser, Mullinavat, Co Kilkenny
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