Feeder for horses and cattle, 1.8 m ø, 4 sections
Kellfri Basic. Circular feeder with strong tubular frame and four sections with sealed joints.
Circular feeder in four sections
• Enough space for a whole bale
• External diameter 180 cm
• Height 50 cm
If you have several horses in the same field and want to take out more feed to them but want to use an affordable feeder, then this is the feeder for you. You will have enough space for a whole bale in the feeder. Decide for yourself how many horses there is space for around the feeder, depending on the size of the horses, the rank and hierarchy in the herd.
The feeder consists of four sections and has sealed joints which are assembled with nuts and bolts along the entire joint.
Extremely easy to move – you just tip it over and roll it to the new location, or hang it over a pair of pallet forks. You save your back and shoulders.
The circular feeder is most suitable for bales up to 140 cm, for as little feed waste as possible. If you have larger bales, we recommend you to choose a larger feeder, 230 cm in diameter. You can find these feeders here: Feeder with tombstone rail for cattle, 12 feed openings, Feeder with covered tombstone rail, 12 feed openings
You can find more feeders here.
This feeding ring is a KELLFRI BASIC product, which is an economical alternative to our standard range, a slightly simpler product at a lower price.
Why is it a good idea to use a feeder?
• You reduce wastage as the animals do not trample around in rejected roughage.
• You improve the hygiene of the feeding area by minimising the risk of contamination.
• It takes less time to tidy the feeding area and you need to throw less roughage onto the manure heap.
You use less feed, improve hygiene and save time!
Important factors to consider when choosing a feeder for horses
Even though horses all belong to the same species, there are many different breeds, and therefore different behaviours, from long nerve fibres to short explosive nerve fibres. You know your horses' behaviour and what is best for them, and in order to avoid injuries we ask you to think about how the horses react in various contexts where a feeder is involved.
The number of horses that can gather around a feeder is decisive for the size of the feeder and how many feeders are appropriate. Remember that the less space there is around a feeder, the greater is the risk of injury. You yourself are responsible for your choice of feeder model, since you know your horses best.
|Total height||500 mm|