For 55 years Paton has built a solid reputation as the class leader in sheep feeding products.
The Paton 1 Tonne Feeder is the ideal grain feeder designed perfectly for calves, sheep and a wide variety of other animals including goats and pigs.
Small and versatile, yet with a sizeable 1 tonne capacity. Our most popular model with hobby farmers as well as full scale grazing enterprises.
The Paton 1 Tonne Wheeled Feeder provides the farmer with a stronger management option and doesn't require feeders to be shifted and moved with the potential for damage by a tractor operator. Available in a sheep or cattle version. These can be caravaned behind each other to reduce travelling and refilling time
The Paton 3 Tonne Wheeled Sheep Feeder is a large capacity unit designed with strength and capacity in mind.
This large capacity unit eliminates the need for continual refilling, reducing labour costs and machinery time. Tow from the silo to the paddock completely full with ease behind your tractor, and simply rotate around the paddock to minimise pasture damage.
These give you improved flexibility in your farm management without the hazards and damage risks.
The Paton 5 Tonne Feeder is the largest capacity unit designed with strength and size in mind. This variant is designed for sheep, the large capacity eliminates the need for continual refilling, reducing labour costs and reducing stress.
Save time and save money by getting the most out of your livestock with a Paton 5 Tonne Feeder.
Paton's 1.5 tonne feed out bins are a useful multi-purpose unit that can be used for transporting grain, trail feeding in the paddock, or a useful tool for filling seed drills.
These trailable carts are simple and easy to operate.
These well balanced solid feed carts will offer the user the simplest functionality of any rival product in the marketplace.
The only units in the marketplace featuring the ease, power and simplicity of hydraulic operation.
No ropes, no winches, no belts, no pulleys, no fuss – and so peace of mind.
The sheep cradles are lower than the cattle variant giving lambs and adult sheep better access to the hay. These cradles prevent sheep having a free for all to sleep and walk in the hay.
Now the cradle keeps your feed elevated whilst the base captures loose hay to minimise wastage.