These heavy-duty, 3-compartment poly feeders stand up to the most difficult environmental conditions.
Each compartment holds approximately 6 gallons of water or feed depending on the size.
Total wet volume is 108-120 lbs. for the small and 240 lbs. for the large feeder.
Total dry volume is approximately 144 lbs. for the small and 180-200 lbs. for the large.
Standing 7" high, with a 30" diameter tub, making this feeder heavy enough to withstand animals and the elements but light enough to move to nearly any location.
Convenient anchoring holes make it easy to secure these Mineral Feeders to the ground, preventing animals from moving it.
The weatherproof poly lid measuring 36" protects the contents of the entire feeder.
Resistant to impact as well as heat and cold, these feeders present smooth edges for safety to both people and animals.
SKU 56410026 Model SBMF Weight 70.0000 Color No Size No Width N/A 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.
- Buying another Review by Michele Purcell
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Finally, something my 1300 lb. obnoxious teenage bull cannot break or overturn! I am buying a second one. It is small but mighty.
(Posted on 11/19/2014)
- Good Poduct Review by Cayuga View Farm
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Excellent service shipped UPS .
(Posted on 1/3/2014)
- Initially pleased Review by Jon
Only had it for about a month, so far pleased. Was concerned that snow would blow in under the flap, but after a couple of minor snow storms with 25-30 mph winds no snow made it in. Took a couple of days for the cows to figure out how to get to the mineral, but they go right in now, and more than one can eat out of it at a time. Will have to see how it holds up over time.
(Posted on 7/16/2012)
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Product QuestionsAny suggestions on how to secure the feeder so it is not rolled out to pasture?
My two steers have a three sided 12x12 shelter, and 3 12x12 pipe pens. Maybe I can build a wood frame from two wooden posts, of the exterior fencing, and attach the feeder to that.