“We are extremely pleased with the grain feeders. No wastage and great for the goats because they can't climb into them. Best feeders we have ever had and the palm kernel flows through them nicely.”
"Over the past few years I had been feeding my ewes 3 times a week for 5 months of the year. My Advantage Feeders Grain Feeders allow me save this expense. They also give me the flexibility of putting stock in containment areas with out the down-side of feeding them daily due to the lick restriction of the dual adjustment system."
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“My Advantage Feeders Grain Feeder is a key component of my lamb finishing system: it’s big enough to not need frequent filling; there is minimal waste; I can easily see how much feed has been eaten and relate that to measured weight gain by viewing the volume scales. Plus they're good people to deal with.”
“I chose Advantage Feeders because they were the best value for the size of them and the adjustment system was the most advanced going around. The functioning of the lid makes checking the feeding outflow easy. We bought 8 of them in flat-pack form and they were straight forward to assemble with the manual.”
“I am running around 4000 ewes in drought times. I wanted to feed the sheep faba beans and thought the feeders were a good way to regulate the supply over weeks with no need to go out every few days. I found they work well with the sheep not using them when other feed is available, and starting again when they are short of feed; at the moment (5/08) a 46 bag feeder full of faba beans is lasting 600 ewes around two weeks (was one month) I got rid of the seconds from seed cleaning no effort this year! The lick feeding design of the troughs work very well. The sheep have kept condition and I am hoping they keep their lambs better as feed is scarce.”
“I had several other self feeders before I bought some Advantage Feeders Sheep Feeders and only used them for finishing lambs. With the double adjustment system of my new feeders I can also put them with my ewes and make them work like hell just to get a bit when they are on dry feed.”