A renowned and trusted brand, progressive farmers are using Paton equipment to ensure their feed goes further and lasts longer. Supplementary feeding of grain, manufactured feed, or conserved fodder is an important part of good animal husbandry.
Paton feeders are available in a wide range of sizes - both static and wheeled - and are built tough to withstand the rigours of cattle farming.
Maximise stock growth potential, replace a dietary deficiency to achieve greater sales or animal production, or compensate for insufficient or poor quality pasture.
Rounded corners and folded edges prevent bruising and cutting, the sliding lick door is fully adjustable to feed grain or pellets and deliver mixed chopped feeds.
With tow points on each end of feeder, and a strong well-supported base frame for front loader lifting when full or empty. The wheeled option on all feeders meaning you can tow from paddock to silo and back.
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 2 Tonne Wheeled Feeder is a larger feeder designed to be towed behind a tractor with a linkage bar to raise the feeder when towing.
The large capacity eliminates the need for continual refilling, reducing labour costs and and time spent in the filling process.
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.