Minimise hay wastage by keeping your feed contained within a Paton hay feeder that reduces wastage by up to 30%. Solid and durable designs made from 100% galvanised steel ensure your investment is built to last.
Paton manufacture a wide variety of efficient hay products for both the hobby farmer right up to large scale feedlot enterprise. Save time, save money and get the best out of your feed and your livestock with a cost-effective Paton hay feeder.
The Catch-all hay Feeders are exactly as the name implies. Hay bales are placed inside the tubular frame and cattle approach and reach in and access the hay
These allow hay bales, either big squares or large round, to be placed into the top of the unit and so provide cattle the feeding opportunity through the bars.
A gal floor on the base of the feeder picks up any loose or falling hay giving stock a second opportunity to eat the loose material.
These feeders are specifically designed for high quality small square bales that can be broken up into biscuits and thrown into the feeder. Animals can then access the hay through the vertical bars and pull through feed as required.
A trough is positioned below the bars to capture falling bits and so almost completely eliminating wastage.
Keep your large squares compressed, elevated and out of the mud with a Hay Rack.
These are purpose built units to cater for large square bales feeding sheep, so keeping waste to a minimum.
A tarp can easily be attached over the top of the feeder to keep rain off the feed.
This simple and quick to assemble freight friendly unit comes shipped on a 2.4m pallet, making interstate freight a cheap and viable option for our customers.
Once the unit is assembled and all locking pins are in place, the unit is solid and can easily be moved with the forks of your tractor or hand rolled across the paddock.
A low cost, simple and effective long term investment to reduce your hay waste and maximise the feed potential of your stock.
Keep your valuable feed dry and protected from showers with this handy feeder featuring a large lid to keep your round bales dry.