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1987 - Volume #11, Issue #5, Page #32
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Fuel tank grain feeder

"They work great because cattle can't damage them and they'll hold a big supply," says Len Digney, Raymore, Sask., who uses old fuel and lard tanks to feed supplementary grain to cattle in feedlots.
Digney simply stands the tanks which generally hold 400 bu. or more on end on a wooden platform. He cuts a hole in the top for filling and installs a sliding metal door at the bottom along one side. Grain gravity feeds to a small wooden trough fashioned around the opening.

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1987 - Volume #11, Issue #5