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Applegate 10 Foot 1-Piece Economy Bunk Feeder

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Applegate 10 Foot 1-Piece Economy Bunk Feeder

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  • Lightweight easy-to-move bunk feeder
  • Ideal for feeding smaller livestock under 600 lbs.
  • Welded frame is 1-3/4" diameter round tubular steel
  • Durable poly liner is held securely with rivets
  • Fully replaceable bunk liner is a single piece formed from 100% recycled materials with no seams or inserts
  • Color: Galvanized
  • Dimensions: 10' L x 34" W x 19" H
Specs
SKU 007260253
Model 1PEB10
Weight 52.0000
Color No
Size No
Width No
In Store Only No
Price $109.99
Warranty
Rural King provides a defect or damage warranty within 30 days of receipt. All Manufacturing Return Policies Supersede Rural King's Return Policy.
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  • From Mark at 3/11/14 2:56 AM
    • Q: How deep is the trough liner ?
      How much weight can the structure support?
    • Show Answer
    • A: Hello Mark,

      The depth is approximately 9" deep.

      The feeder can hold approximately 300lb of feed products. This doesn't include animals climbing inside or the weight of other products which can cause damage to the unit.
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