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Indestructible Fence Line Feeder
After years of trouble with tom-up fenceline feeders, Jim Todd, Athens, Ill., finally came up with a feeder his cattle cannot damage.
He built it using 10-in. dia. concrete-filled posts sunk 4 ft. into the ground and heavy-walled oil field drill stem for cross bars. He used steel auger tubing - minus the flighting - for the posts. He set them in the ground, cut holes in the sides, and then inserted the crossbar railings. Once the fence was set up, he hired a local concrete outfit to come out and fill the posts. It malces a solid anchor for the feeder he set up at the base of the fence.
Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Jim Todd, Athens, Ill. 62613.

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1994 - Volume #18, Issue #4