Wall Mount Combo Feeder

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Wall Mount Combo Feeder


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Product Summary:

Country Manufacturing Wall Mount Combination Feeder
Dual use- can feed both hay and grain.  Use in multiple locations- hangs on fence or trailer or mounts to your stall wall. Rugged 16 gauge steel construction with heavy steel hay bars.  Removable hangers are made to hold up to heavy use by horses.
  • Use in stall, corral, or trailer
  • Heavy duty construction
  • Reduces wasted hay
  • Mounting hardware included
  • Proudly Made in the USA!
Item Specifications:
24" W x 12" deep x 30" H
Holds 1 Flake- Hay
5 gallons- Grain
16 gauge steel

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how much is 1 flake of hay? Will this feeder hold a half of a square bale of hay?
A shopper on Oct 25, 2014
Best Answer: A square hay bale is packed tightly and consists of "flakes" of hay. One flake is a portion of the square hay bale. Usually a square hay bale consists of 8-10 flakes. How much this particular feeder holds, I'm not sure, but it looks like it holds two-three flakes which is usually one feeding for one horse.
Reply · Report · KAREN H on Nov 13, 2014
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Hello- this wall mount feeder claims to hold grain, but with the metal bars I don't see how. Anyone know how this works?
sh4mt on Sep 6, 2015
Best Answer: I've had mine for a year. You can either pour grain feed through top or directly into bottom tray of feeder. I find it most efficient to pour feed through top(it will drop through the bars into tray) then put hay in hayrack on top.
Reply · Report · Tina S on Sep 8, 2015
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