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1997 - Volume #21, Issue #4, Page #37
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Homemade Round Bale Feeder With A Roof

Building a round bale feeder with a roof has cut hay loss to a minimum. It was easy to do and is easy to load. The hay we save more than pays for the extra expense. The sides of the feeder are made from pieces of angle iron. For the room we used metal sheeting of the kind used on metal farm buildings. One side of the feeder hinges open, making it easy to load. Why aren't all bale feeders made this way? (Bruce A. Myer, 16130 Comer Rd., Ft. Wayne, Ind. 46819)
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1997 - Volume #21, Issue #4