Creep feeders: Barn World’s large creep feeder selection is now available.

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Barn World offers a large selection of creep feeders for all your livestock needs.  We even have creep feeders for the stall.  For all of our creep feeders, please visit Barn World.com today or call (720) 238-2190.

 

Creep Feeders for Sheep and Goats
Creep feeding is a means of providing supplemental feed for nursing kids. It is an essential component of an accelerated kidding and/or early weaning management program. It increases pre-weaning weight gain, especially for kids reared as a twin or triplet. Kids will reach a target market weight and can be marketed at a younger age. All BarnWorld goat creep feeders are built with a covered shelter to keep feed dry.

sheep and goat creep feeder picture

 

Creep Feeders for Calves
Creep feeding will have your calves ready for market sooner in high quality condition. Creep feeding also assures less strain on your brood stock. Healthy brood stock means better quality calves year after year. All calf creep feeders come standard with a gray enamel finish.

 

Creep Feeders for Deer
Nutrition is the key to successful wildlife and game management. And nothing is more important than protein. Protein is absolutely essential to the health of your entire herd and to the potential for trophy bucks. Whitetail deer need protein all year round, especially after the rut and during the critical 200-day antler-growing period. Protein feeding is the ideal complement to natural forage.

Barn World carries a large selection of creep feeders, both large and small.  To see the full line up of feeders, please visit www.BarnWorld.com today or call (720) 238-2190.

Mineral Licks and Mineral Feeders – essential for keeping healthy livestock

Mineral Feeders or Mineral Licks are very economical and low maintenance means of provide essential minerals to you livestock.  Keep a steady supply of minerals in a mineral feeder or lick feeder for a healthy animal.

Below is a great article from Working Ranch about the importance of getting your livestock the minerals they need during the winter months. and the attention to the type of supplement quality and quantity.

Barn World also carries a large selection of troughs and grain feeders as well as a large selection of mineral feeders and mineral licks to help ensure the proper nutrients are a part of the diet.   A mineral feeder is an important part of facilitating the absorption of minerals.

From ground mineral feeders like the Dura Life to the wind vane style mineral feeders like the upright mineral feeder, Barn World has the tools to make sure your animals remain healthy all season long.

 

 

Make sure your cows are nutritionally ready

From Working Ranch 

– by Gilda V. Bryant

– photo by Lucie Wiese


Mineral Feeder
Mineral Feeder

 

Minerals are important for herd health, reproduction and efficiency during winter. However, that is only part of the picture.  Extra protein and energy are vital during cold, wet weather.  Producers should also be aware of forage and by-product supplementation quality, as well as body condition scores.

 

“The challenge with minerals is there’s just no single answer,” says Rick Rasby, PhD, PAS (Professional Animal Scientist), Beef Extension Specialist, University of Nebraska (Lincoln).  “Think about minerals as part of a total diet those animals are eating.”

Rasby encourages producers to sample baled forages for moisture content, protein, energy and mineral profiles.  Once a producer knows his forage quality, he can adjust the mineral package for his herd.  He says, “Use the mineral as a supplement to bridge the deficiency gap in those forages that are being consumed.”

He also recommends that producers analyze samples of supplemental feed such as gin trash, cotton seed, or distiller’s grains.

Many regions with ethanol plants have distiller’s grains available for the cow/calf sector.  Rasby says, “It’s an excellent feed, works well with forages, and is high in protein, energy and phosphorus as well.”

Typically low in winter forages, phosphorus is a mineral that’s vital for bone and teeth development, and metabolic, neurological and cellular functions in cattle.  It’s also one of the most expensive minerals to supplement.  According to Rasby, reducing or omitting phosphorus from the mineral package when feeding distillers grains can save money.  Get advice from a nutritionist or beef extension specialist about adjusting nutrient values when feeding these supplemental rations.

In addition to minerals, protein and energy, utilizing body condition scores (BCS) is a management practice that cow/calf operators can implement on a regular basis. Scores range between one and nine with one being a very poor specimen and nine being obese.

Rasby adds, “Having mature cows in condition score five at calving not only has an impact on what happens at calving, but also on how quickly those cows are ready to rebreed after calving.  Those first-calf heifers probably need to be in a little bit better condition, say conditioning score six.

“Cows that breed early in the breeding season are in the right nutritional status.  Their calves are older at weaning and generate more dollars,” explains Rasby.

Is it right?

How can a cattleman determine if his mineral supplement and diet are on target? “Measure how they perform at calving,” replies Rasby.  “Are they good mothers?  Do they give enough milk? Does the calf perform well while it’s on its mother?  How quickly does the cow get ready to rebreed?”

Providing minerals is crucial to the Thomas Angus Ranch outside of Baker City, Oregon. Located in a valley between two mountain ranges, and flanked by sagebrush hills, owner Rob Thomas says, “We have long, fairly hard winters.”

He provides a custom mineral mix to his spring and fall calving herds, depending on forage analysis to fine-tune the supplement package.  Thomas says, “We increased levels of zinccopper, and selenium, the three minerals we’re deficient in.”

Beginning in November when snow is on the ground, he’ll feed alfalfa and grass hay.  He says, “We put up a lot of our own hay, so we feed what we put up.  We test our feed to see what minerals we need.”

As a result of their efforts he reports, “We have healthier cattle, better immune response, fewer treatments and a lower death loss.  We see increases in reproduction and gain and better feed utilization, which is important right now.  With extremely high feed prices, we want to utilize every bit of that feed, if possible.”

Across the country, Kevin Yon raises Angus cattle in the mild winters of west central South Carolina.  He provides three mineral mixes: summer, winter, and one for young growing livestock.  Yon says, “Our winter mineral program doesn’t differ drastically from our summer mineral program.  We include a higher level of magnesium to prevent grass tetany.  If all goes well we hope to have lush grazing on a limited basis, even in December and for sure in February and March.”

His winter diet includes stockpiled forages such as Fescue or Bermuda grass.  When possible, Yon likes to have rye grass or small-grain winter annuals on hand.  He explains, “It could be a combination of those and sometimes we’ll use a protein or energy supplement, which could be commodity by-products, such as whole cotton seed, dried distillers grains or corn gluten.”

He analyzes feed, grains and commodity by-products, seeking advice from a nutritionist to adjust his mineral program as needed.

“It’s important to have a year-round high-quality mineral program,” Yon advises. “That’s not always the cheapest bag of mineral, but it has the high levels that are needed for cattle in your area.  The cheapest bag is not always the best.”

Yon finds that his cattle have a more consistent consumption if he allows free choice at all times.  He says, “Know what the consumption rate should be and monitor that. In our part of the world, a covered mineral trough is important so the mineral doesn’t get wet, cake up and the cattle don’t eat it.

“As a producer, I see the benefit of minerals.” Yon explains, “The biggest for us is reproduction, cow herd efficiency, immune response, cattle health, and growth and development.  At our place we try to feed a cow as cheap as we can because 60-70 percent of our annual cost involves nutrition.  We don’t see that minerals are the place to skimp.”

Thomas also recommends feeding minerals, saying, “Do it based on science.  Go ahead and get a forage analysis based on what you’re feeding and do that every time you get a new batch of feed, so you know what you’re feeding and what minerals you need to add to the ration.”

Rasby says, “To be competitive, you’re really going to have to watch feed costs. How you put together feeding programs to meet your herd’s nutritional needs is going to be critical.”

To find a list of certified feed testing laboratories, check out: www.foragetesting.org.

 


PROTEIN AND ENERGY

“Minerals don’t do much if you’re not doing a good job of covering your water, energy, and protein needs for those cows,” advises Ken Bryan, PAS, and Ruminant Specialist with Cargill.  “A balanced diet is important because you have the added stress of environmental conditions like cold, wet weather, mud and wind, which are going to increase the cow’s nutritional requirements.”

Adequate amounts of energy and protein are critical during winter conditions. “If a cow will eat twenty-four pounds of dry matter in forage, she’s going to get all the energy she needs,” Bryan explains.  “If that rumen is functioning well, she’ll break down the fiber and utilize that feed.  That’s your energy source.”

Protein, a much-needed nutrient in cattle diets, is composed of true protein andnonprotein nitrogen.  Protein in forages will gradually decline, providing less protein as winter progresses, with a higher percentage of fiber.  “The nasty thing about fiber is a high fiber, low quality forage diet will restrict intake,” Bryan says.  “Now we’re going to supplement with a protein source.  The nice thing is, there are options for protein supplementation.”

“There’s the old standby, cake or range cubes, protein tubs or blocks and leftovers from oil seed products such as sunflower, cotton seed, or soybean meal and distillers grains from corn.  Look at the most economical way to deliver protein to the cow.”

Bryan cautions, “We’ve got to keep a minimum amount of fiber in that diet as we feed energy supplements.  We’re going to cause some long- term changes in that cow’s rumen… we’ll ruin her if we feed her like a feedlot steer.”

Mineral Feeders and Mineral Licks – an important component to keeping your livestock healthy year-round

Here is a great article from Working Ranch about the importance of getting your livestock the minerals they need during the winter months. and the attention to the type of supplement quality and quantity.

Barn World’s carries a large selection of troughs and grain feeders to help keep your livestock healthy.

Barn World also carries a large selection of mineral feeders and mineral licks to help ensure the proper nutrients are a part of the diet.   A mineral feeder is an important part of facilitating the absorption of minerals.

From ground mineral feeders like the Dura Life to the wind vane style mineral feeders like the upright mineral feeder, Barn World has the tools to make sure your animals remain healthy all season long.

 

 

Make sure your cows are nutritionally ready

From Working Ranch

– by Gilda V. Bryant

– photo by Lucie Wiese


Mineral Feeder

Mineral Feeder

 

Minerals are important for herd health, reproduction and efficiency during winter. However, that is only part of the picture.  Extra protein and energy are vital during cold, wet weather.  Producers should also be aware of forage and by-product supplementation quality, as well as body condition scores.

 

“The challenge with minerals is there’s just no single answer,” says Rick Rasby, PhD, PAS (Professional Animal Scientist), Beef Extension Specialist, University of Nebraska (Lincoln).  “Think about minerals as part of a total diet those animals are eating.”

Rasby encourages producers to sample baled forages for moisture content, protein, energy and mineral profiles.  Once a producer knows his forage quality, he can adjust the mineral package for his herd.  He says, “Use the mineral as a supplement to bridge the deficiency gap in those forages that are being consumed.”

He also recommends that producers analyze samples of supplemental feed such as gin trash, cotton seed, or distiller’s grains.

Many regions with ethanol plants have distiller’s grains available for the cow/calf sector.  Rasby says, “It’s an excellent feed, works well with forages, and is high in protein, energy and phosphorus as well.”

Typically low in winter forages, phosphorus is a mineral that’s vital for bone and teeth development, and metabolic, neurological and cellular functions in cattle.  It’s also one of the most expensive minerals to supplement.  According to Rasby, reducing or omitting phosphorus from the mineral package when feeding distillers grains can save money.  Get advice from a nutritionist or beef extension specialist about adjusting nutrient values when feeding these supplemental rations.

In addition to minerals, protein and energy, utilizing body condition scores (BCS) is a management practice that cow/calf operators can implement on a regular basis. Scores range between one and nine with one being a very poor specimen and nine being obese.

Rasby adds, “Having mature cows in condition score five at calving not only has an impact on what happens at calving, but also on how quickly those cows are ready to rebreed after calving.  Those first-calf heifers probably need to be in a little bit better condition, say conditioning score six.

“Cows that breed early in the breeding season are in the right nutritional status.  Their calves are older at weaning and generate more dollars,” explains Rasby.

Is it right?

How can a cattleman determine if his mineral supplement and diet are on target? “Measure how they perform at calving,” replies Rasby.  “Are they good mothers?  Do they give enough milk? Does the calf perform well while it’s on its mother?  How quickly does the cow get ready to rebreed?”

Providing minerals is crucial to the Thomas Angus Ranch outside of Baker City, Oregon. Located in a valley between two mountain ranges, and flanked by sagebrush hills, owner Rob Thomas says, “We have long, fairly hard winters.”

He provides a custom mineral mix to his spring and fall calving herds, depending on forage analysis to fine-tune the supplement package.  Thomas says, “We increased levels of zinccopper, and selenium, the three minerals we’re deficient in.”

Beginning in November when snow is on the ground, he’ll feed alfalfa and grass hay.  He says, “We put up a lot of our own hay, so we feed what we put up.  We test our feed to see what minerals we need.”

As a result of their efforts he reports, “We have healthier cattle, better immune response, fewer treatments and a lower death loss.  We see increases in reproduction and gain and better feed utilization, which is important right now.  With extremely high feed prices, we want to utilize every bit of that feed, if possible.”

Across the country, Kevin Yon raises Angus cattle in the mild winters of west central South Carolina.  He provides three mineral mixes: summer, winter, and one for young growing livestock.  Yon says, “Our winter mineral program doesn’t differ drastically from our summer mineral program.  We include a higher level of magnesium to prevent grass tetany.  If all goes well we hope to have lush grazing on a limited basis, even in December and for sure in February and March.”

His winter diet includes stockpiled forages such as Fescue or Bermuda grass.  When possible, Yon likes to have rye grass or small-grain winter annuals on hand.  He explains, “It could be a combination of those and sometimes we’ll use a protein or energy supplement, which could be commodity by-products, such as whole cotton seed, dried distillers grains or corn gluten.”

He analyzes feed, grains and commodity by-products, seeking advice from a nutritionist to adjust his mineral program as needed.

“It’s important to have a year-round high-quality mineral program,” Yon advises. “That’s not always the cheapest bag of mineral, but it has the high levels that are needed for cattle in your area.  The cheapest bag is not always the best.”

Yon finds that his cattle have a more consistent consumption if he allows free choice at all times.  He says, “Know what the consumption rate should be and monitor that. In our part of the world, a covered mineral trough is important so the mineral doesn’t get wet, cake up and the cattle don’t eat it.

“As a producer, I see the benefit of minerals.” Yon explains, “The biggest for us is reproduction, cow herd efficiency, immune response, cattle health, and growth and development.  At our place we try to feed a cow as cheap as we can because 60-70 percent of our annual cost involves nutrition.  We don’t see that minerals are the place to skimp.”

Thomas also recommends feeding minerals, saying, “Do it based on science.  Go ahead and get a forage analysis based on what you’re feeding and do that every time you get a new batch of feed, so you know what you’re feeding and what minerals you need to add to the ration.”

Rasby says, “To be competitive, you’re really going to have to watch feed costs. How you put together feeding programs to meet your herd’s nutritional needs is going to be critical.”

To find a list of certified feed testing laboratories, check out: www.foragetesting.org.

 


PROTEIN AND ENERGY

“Minerals don’t do much if you’re not doing a good job of covering your water, energy, and protein needs for those cows,” advises Ken Bryan, PAS, and Ruminant Specialist with Cargill.  “A balanced diet is important because you have the added stress of environmental conditions like cold, wet weather, mud and wind, which are going to increase the cow’s nutritional requirements.”

Adequate amounts of energy and protein are critical during winter conditions. “If a cow will eat twenty-four pounds of dry matter in forage, she’s going to get all the energy she needs,” Bryan explains.  “If that rumen is functioning well, she’ll break down the fiber and utilize that feed.  That’s your energy source.”

Protein, a much-needed nutrient in cattle diets, is composed of true protein andnonprotein nitrogen.  Protein in forages will gradually decline, providing less protein as winter progresses, with a higher percentage of fiber.  “The nasty thing about fiber is a high fiber, low quality forage diet will restrict intake,” Bryan says.  “Now we’re going to supplement with a protein source.  The nice thing is, there are options for protein supplementation.”

“There’s the old standby, cake or range cubes, protein tubs or blocks and leftovers from oil seed products such as sunflower, cotton seed, or soybean meal and distillers grains from corn.  Look at the most economical way to deliver protein to the cow.”

Bryan cautions, “We’ve got to keep a minimum amount of fiber in that diet as we feed energy supplements.  We’re going to cause some long- term changes in that cow’s rumen… we’ll ruin her if we feed her like a feedlot steer.”

Mineral feeders from Barn World: Make sure your livestock is getting nutrition it needs

 

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Mineral Feeder Post

The upright mineral feeder from Sioux Steel perfects the balance between protecting the minerals from the elements and providing a constant supply of minerals for your livestock.  With its 360° swiveling, beveled poly hood, it offers aerodynamic directional protection that’s not common in a lot of mineral feeders. This feature alone will save a lot of money from being blown away by the elements.

Upright Mineral Feeder

Below is a short video on the upright mineral feeder from Sioux Steel that shows just how large and how much protection from the elements the mineral feeder offers.

Video Text:

“This is this Sioux Steel upright hooded mineral feeder.  The beveled hood opening is large enough to accommodate horned cattle and the low center of gravity adds to stability.  The 16gauge steel tubular frame is built for stability and strength.  The aerodynamic hood and wind vane aid in directional control.  The free hundred and 60° rotation protects the minerals from the elements.  Mineral feeders can be fun.”

Be sure to head to Barn World.com to view our large selection of mineral feeders and livestock supplies.  Barn World has everything from cattle guards to saddle pads and is your one-stop shop for livestock equipment.

 

Visit www.BarnWorld.com today or call 720-238-2190.

Barn World – Mineral Feeders: keep your animals healthy with mineral feeders

Barn World: Mineral Feeders keep your animals healthy

During this time of year, it’s important to keep your animals well nourished to keep them healthy.  Barn World has a huge choice of mineral feeders for all types of livestock.  Make sure your animals are healthy with a Barn World mineral feeder.

  • Ground Style Mineral Feeder – This feeder is the largest and heaviest in the business.  It’s not suprising then that it’s also the most durable.  It’s effective for horned cattle, has a 3/8” heavy duty 41” flap, is 38” wide, 15” tall and weighs 53 lbs!  It comes with three compartments that carry 200 pounds of salt or mineral.

Ground Mineral Feeder

  • Upright Mineral Feeders – The large mineral feeder rotates 360 degrees to protect your expensive supplement from the wind and weather.  It sits on a 48” square tubular base and is constructed from 2” – 16 ga. steel tubing at 50,000 psi for the best stability and strength possible.  The top lip at the bottom of the feeder is 23” above the ground to allow calves easy access.  The hood opening is beveled and is 28” x 24” so even the biggest cattle can easily get their nourishment. This feeder weighs 73 pounds.

Mineral Feeder

  • Mineral Feeder Wind Vane – This unique mineral feeder is a free standing polyethylene feeder.  It’s approximately 3′ tall and has 3′ legs to allow a full rotation to protect it’s contents from the wind and weather.  The rubber mineral tub holds 100 pounds of mineral bulk.

Mineral Feeder Wind Vane

  • Liquid Feeder – our 280 gallon liquid mineral feeder includes two lick wheels and mounting brackets.  Made from a sturdy plastic with heavy rib construction, it stands up to abuse and will not rust, corrode or rot.
Lick Feeder - Image

Mineral Feeder

Make sure your livestock are getting the supplements and nourshiment that they need all year long with a mineral feeder.  Visit www.BarnWorld.com or call (720) 238-2190 for all your livestock equipment needs.

Mineral Feeders from Barn World: Keep your animals healthy

MINERAL FEEDERS AT BARN WORLD

Barn World carries a large selection of mineral feeders for all of your livestock.  Make sure your animals remain healthy with mineral feeders from Barn World

mineral feeders | lick feeders

Mineral Feeder Replacement Parts
280 Gal. Liquid Feeder Item #: SSLF280 $359.55
  • Includes 2 lick wheels and mounting brackets
  • Will not rust, rot or corrode.
  • Domed to prevent cattle from standing on top.
  • Heavy rib construction reinforces top to withstand great weights.
  • Dura Life Lick Feeder Item #: SSLF280 $359.55
    280 Gallon mineral feeder. Includes 2 lick wheels and mounting brackets.
    Dura Life Lick Feeder – Replacement Wheel Kit Item #: S175442 $96.53
    24″ WHEEL KIT (includes 2 lick wheels and mounting brackets)
    Ground Style Mineral Feeder Dura Life Item #: S179218 $183.00
  • Economical and effective for big cattle and even horned cattle.
  • The heaviest “Ground” Feeder available.
  • New thicker 41″ flap (3/8″) which is heavier!
  • Mineral feeder weighs 53 Lbs.
  • Mineral feeder is 15″ high and 38″ wide
  • Mineral feeder has 3 compartments that allow for 200 Lbs. of salt or mineral (loose or block)
  • Made of the highest quality of polyethelene
  • Upright Mineral Feeder Item #: S15493 $254.36
  • Beveled hood opening is 28” x 24” – big cattle, even horned cattle, feed easily.
  • Low center of gravity for stability.
  • Top of tub is 23” from the ground so calves can gain easy access.
  • Aerodynamic hood and wind vane aids directional control.
  • Full 360° rotation protects expensive supplements from the elements.
  • The 48” x 48” tubular base frame is constructed of 2” 16 gauge, 50,000 psi steel tubing for strength and stability.
  • Handles only liquid insecticide.
  • 74 lbs.
  • Wire Salt Holder Item #: S-5 $16.98
    Extra heavy 1/4″ steel. Vinyl coated.

    Mineral Feeder: Barn World has a great livestock mineral feeder selection

    MINERAL FEEDERS AT BARN WORLD

    Barn World carries a large selection of mineral feeders for all of your livestock.  Make sure your animals remain healthy with mineral feeders from Barn World

    mineral feeders | lick feeders

    Mineral Feeder Replacement Parts
    280 Gal. Liquid Feeder Item #: SSLF280 $359.55
  • Includes 2 lick wheels and mounting brackets
  • Will not rust, rot or corrode.
  • Domed to prevent cattle from standing on top.
  • Heavy rib construction reinforces top to withstand great weights.
  • Dura Life Lick Feeder Item #: SSLF280 $359.55
    280 Gallon mineral feeder. Includes 2 lick wheels and mounting brackets.
    Dura Life Lick Feeder – Replacement Wheel Kit Item #: S175442 $96.53
    24″ WHEEL KIT (includes 2 lick wheels and mounting brackets)
    Ground Style Mineral Feeder Dura Life Item #: S179218 $183.00
  • Economical and effective for big cattle and even horned cattle.
  • The heaviest “Ground” Feeder available.
  • New thicker 41″ flap (3/8″) which is heavier!
  • Mineral feeder weighs 53 Lbs.
  • Mineral feeder is 15″ high and 38″ wide
  • Mineral feeder has 3 compartments that allow for 200 Lbs. of salt or mineral (loose or block)
  • Made of the highest quality of polyethelene
  • Upright Mineral Feeder Item #: S15493 $254.36
  • Beveled hood opening is 28” x 24” – big cattle, even horned cattle, feed easily.
  • Low center of gravity for stability.
  • Top of tub is 23” from the ground so calves can gain easy access.
  • Aerodynamic hood and wind vane aids directional control.
  • Full 360° rotation protects expensive supplements from the elements.
  • The 48” x 48” tubular base frame is constructed of 2” 16 gauge, 50,000 psi steel tubing for strength and stability.
  • Handles only liquid insecticide.
  • 74 lbs.
  • Wire Salt Holder Item #: S-5 $16.98
    Extra heavy 1/4″ steel. Vinyl coated.

    Mineral Feeder post from Barn World – a great livestock mineral feeder selection

    MINERAL FEEDERS AT BARN WORLD

    Barn World carries a large selection of mineral feeders for all of your livestock.  Make sure your animals remain healthy with mineral feeders from Barn World

    mineral feeders | lick feeders

    Mineral Feeder Replacement Parts
    280 Gal. Liquid Feeder Item #: SSLF280 $359.55
  • Includes 2 lick wheels and mounting brackets
  • Will not rust, rot or corrode.
  • Domed to prevent cattle from standing on top.
  • Heavy rib construction reinforces top to withstand great weights.
  • Dura Life Lick Feeder Item #: SSLF280 $359.55
    280 Gallon mineral feeder. Includes 2 lick wheels and mounting brackets.
    Dura Life Lick Feeder – Replacement Wheel Kit Item #: S175442 $96.53
    24″ WHEEL KIT (includes 2 lick wheels and mounting brackets)
    Ground Style Mineral Feeder Dura Life Item #: S179218 $183.00
  • Economical and effective for big cattle and even horned cattle.
  • The heaviest “Ground” Feeder available.
  • New thicker 41″ flap (3/8″) which is heavier!
  • Mineral feeder weighs 53 Lbs.
  • Mineral feeder is 15″ high and 38″ wide
  • Mineral feeder has 3 compartments that allow for 200 Lbs. of salt or mineral (loose or block)
  • Made of the highest quality of polyethelene
  • Upright Mineral Feeder Item #: S15493 $254.36
  • Beveled hood opening is 28” x 24” – big cattle, even horned cattle, feed easily.
  • Low center of gravity for stability.
  • Top of tub is 23” from the ground so calves can gain easy access.
  • Aerodynamic hood and wind vane aids directional control.
  • Full 360° rotation protects expensive supplements from the elements.
  • The 48” x 48” tubular base frame is constructed of 2” 16 gauge, 50,000 psi steel tubing for strength and stability.
  • Handles only liquid insecticide.
  • 74 lbs.
  • Wire Salt Holder Item #: S-5 $16.98
    Extra heavy 1/4″ steel. Vinyl coated.

    Mineral Feeders from Barn World – a great mineral feeder selection to choose from

    MINERAL FEEDERS AT BARN WORLD

    Barn World carries a large selection of mineral feeders for all of your livestock.  Make sure your animals remain healthy with mineral feeders from Barn World

    mineral feeders | lick feeders

    Mineral Feeder Replacement Parts
    280 Gal. Liquid Feeder Item #: SSLF280 $359.55
  • Includes 2 lick wheels and mounting brackets
  • Will not rust, rot or corrode.
  • Domed to prevent cattle from standing on top.
  • Heavy rib construction reinforces top to withstand great weights.
  • Dura Life Lick Feeder Item #: SSLF280 $359.55
    280 Gallon mineral feeder. Includes 2 lick wheels and mounting brackets.
    Dura Life Lick Feeder – Replacement Wheel Kit Item #: S175442 $96.53
    24″ WHEEL KIT (includes 2 lick wheels and mounting brackets)
    Ground Style Mineral Feeder Dura Life Item #: S179218 $183.00
  • Economical and effective for big cattle and even horned cattle.
  • The heaviest “Ground” Feeder available.
  • New thicker 41″ flap (3/8″) which is heavier!
  • Mineral feeder weighs 53 Lbs.
  • Mineral feeder is 15″ high and 38″ wide
  • Mineral feeder has 3 compartments that allow for 200 Lbs. of salt or mineral (loose or block)
  • Made of the highest quality of polyethelene
  • Upright Mineral Feeder Item #: S15493 $254.36
  • Beveled hood opening is 28” x 24” – big cattle, even horned cattle, feed easily.
  • Low center of gravity for stability.
  • Top of tub is 23” from the ground so calves can gain easy access.
  • Aerodynamic hood and wind vane aids directional control.
  • Full 360° rotation protects expensive supplements from the elements.
  • The 48” x 48” tubular base frame is constructed of 2” 16 gauge, 50,000 psi steel tubing for strength and stability.
  • Handles only liquid insecticide.
  • 74 lbs.
  • Wire Salt Holder Item #: S-5 $16.98
    Extra heavy 1/4″ steel. Vinyl coated.

    Mineral Feeder from Barn World: A mineral feeder for all your livestock mineral feeder needs!

    MINERAL FEEDERS AT BARN WORLD

    Barn World carries a large selection of mineral feeders including lick tanks, ground style mineral feeders and block mineral feeder holders.

    280 Gal. Liquid Feeder Item #: SSLF280 $359.55
    • Includes 2 lick wheels and mounting brackets
    • Will not rust, rot or corrode.
    • Domed to prevent cattle from standing on top.
    • Heavy rib construction reinforces top to withstand great weights.
    Dura Life Lick Feeder – Replacement Wheel Kit Item #: S175442 $96.53
    24″ WHEEL KIT (includes 2 lick wheels and mounting brackets)
    Ground Style Mineral Feeder Dura Life Item #: S179218 $183.00
    • Economical and effective for big cattle and even horned cattle.
    • The heaviest “Ground” Feeder available.
    • New thicker 41″ flap (3/8″) which is heavier!
    • Mineral feeder weighs 53 Lbs.
    • Mineral feeder is 15″ high and 38″ wide
    • Mineral feeder has 3 compartments that allow for 200 Lbs. of salt or mineral (loose or block)
    • Made of the highest quality of polyethelene
    Upright Mineral Feeder Item #: S15493 $254.36
    • Beveled hood opening is 28” x 24” – big cattle, even horned cattle, feed easily.
    • Low center of gravity for stability.
    • Top of tub is 23” from the ground so calves can gain easy access.
    • Aerodynamic hood and wind vane aids directional control.
    • Full 360° rotation protects expensive supplements from the elements.
    • The 48” x 48” tubular base frame is constructed of 2” 16 gauge, 50,000 psi steel tubing for strength and stability.
    • Handles only liquid insecticide.
    • 74 lbs.
    Wire Salt Holder Item #: S-5 $16.98
    Extra heavy 1/4″ steel. Vinyl coated.