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Double Door Hog Feeder HGFD

SKU: 2080112  |

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Double Door Hog Feeder HGFD

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Hogs are a lot like college football players. They are loud and obnoxious, they smell to high heavens, and they eat a lot. When they don't eat, they both get hangry. That's anger caused by hunger.

This double door hog feeder is constructed with fifteen gauge steel, capable of withstanding any of those hangry hogs. Designed with durability and ease of use in mind, the top door can flip open, allowing for easier loading and happier hogs. You also don't have to worry about assembling this feeder either. It comes completely assembled, so there's no more poorly-written instruction manual to contend with. Simply put this feeder where you want it and let your hogs go wild with food fever while you load from the top. The feeder holds one hundred pounds of food, making it ideal for your farm or ranch. The double doors allow for two hogs to eat at the same time, limiting the squabbling that may occur.

Made of heavy-duty steel. The top door flips open from back for easy loading. Ships completely assembled.

  • Holds 100 lbs. of feed
  • Made with 15 gauge steel
  • W 19 3/4"
  • L 24 1/4"
  • H 35 3/4"
SKU 2080112
Model HGFD
Weight 100.0000
Color No
Size No
Width No
In Store Only No
Price $99.99
Rural King provides a defect or damage warranty within 30 days of receipt. All Manufacturing Return Policies Supersede Rural King's Return Policy.

Customer Reviews

JUNK Review by Denver N. Geitgey

This feeder is not 25% of the older feeders. Don't waste your money. I dug wet feed out more than once. The last time was enough. I'm going to return it and find something better. We really like Rural King, but I wish they would strive to use USA products as much as possible. Let's support our OWN !!

(Posted on 6/10/2015)

Not Durable Review by Ky Farmer

Hogs can move lids from side to side so that they end up stacked on top of each other and allow rain in thru the flappers.

Top leaks during rain and allows feed to get wet. Lids are easy bent by pigs.

Not Galvanized
Very lightweight metal
Probably worth half the price, and may last a full feeding cycle with 1 or 2 pigs. 4 pigs tore up the feeding doors in a week

(Posted on 9/1/2014)

Not good Review by Bob Cottage

This feeder did not hold up. Its true, "you get what you pay for".

(Posted on 3/26/2014)

lightweight Review by mtnhickorynut

Sorry, this won't last a couple of hogs more than a day or two. It's OK for smaller piglets but that's about all it's worth. It didn't hold up to two hogs but a day. Product quality is poor and definitely too light for the advertised job.

(Posted on 4/5/2013)

Great feeder! Review by FreedomStar

We really like this hog feeder. We bought one and liked it so much we bought a second.

(Posted on 2/12/2013)

Great product & GREAT price !! Review by GiGi

I purchased this for my daughter's show pigs. She was able to assemble the product & it's working great.

(Posted on 11/5/2012)

Not as good as our Brower feeder Review by farmer sue

I purchased this feeder because it was already assembled and I figured with the free shipping offer, it was cheaper than the similar Brower self feeder that we have, which was a pain to put together. It was indeed pre-assembled, but arrived with a couple small dents and is generally less sturdy and rust resistant than a galvanized feeder (the rust-proof coating chips off). We ended up having to pay for shipping and it took at least 2 weeks to arrive. So, overall, the feeder ended up being the same price, but lower quality, than the Brower feeder. It was great to have it pre-assembled, though :)

(Posted on 8/21/2012)

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Hi, do i need to leave the slats open or do the pigs raise them themselves? thankyou
do you have larger ones?