The spring and early summer period of the year is often a time of frenetic activity for sheep, goat, and cattle operations throughout the Northern Hemisphere. Accommodating for an increased number of head, new births, and seasonal herd separation can often require for moving animals to special pens and locations.
Having quality feeders available can reduce stress for cows, nannies, ewes. This further help minimizes stress in the relationship between the mother and her calf, kid, or lamb. To answer these important concerns, D-S Livestock Equipment offers several different high-quality feeders.
Our 16-Inch Hay/Grain Feeder is designed to provide hay and grain for a single animal. It is ideal for lambing and kidding jugs. The feeder hooks fit over bars up to 1 ¼ inches.
Both the 18-inch and 36-inch Hay Baskets are the strongest baskets you can find. They are made of 1/2-inch, 3/8-inch, and 5/16-inch solid round. Baskets are 6 inches at the bottom and they can hook onto as a bar as big as 1 ½-inches. Baskets stack together for easy hauling and storing.
The 50-pound Self Feeder includes a lid and can be hung on a fence or rail up to 1 ½ inches wide. This unit can feed between 8 to 15 lambs or kids.
Our 125-Pound Self Feeder is free standing and has four adjustable legs. The unit includes a lid and easy carry handles. The capacity allows you to feed between 20 to 35 lambs or kids.
The Outside Creeper Feeder is designed to resist the pervasive nature of rain. The grain trough is 36-inches from the entrance with 36-inch high overhang. It has skids allowing it to be easily moved by pulling it with a small tractor or ATV.
Our 4-foot and 8-foot adjustable grain feeders are good for your small lambs and kids, as well as feeding adult sheep and goats. The feed trough and the top rail can be adjusted up and down. The unit includes a trough that is 4-inches deep and 8-inches wide.
If you have a goat, sheep, cattle, or other livestock operation in need of quality feeders you should call 800-949-9997 to speak to a representative at D-S Livestock Handling Equipment.