FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Can I relocate my feeder when it's full?
Yes, you can. All of our trailer and skid feeders are designed to be relocated with a full feed load. The recommended tow speed is 15km/h.
Are there extra costs for any feeder features?
The standard price reflects a feeder on skids, extra costs apply to have a feeder on a trailer. An optional extra we offer is the rain cover on bigger feeders.
What is the recommended speed for towing a feeder with a full load?
When relocated a full trailer or skid feeder, we recommend a top speed of 15km/h.
Do you use Australian certified steel?
All of our products are manufactured with the highest standard of Australian steel that DOESN'T go overseas for processing. You can be reassured that when you buy our products, you're also helping Australian businesses.
Do your feeders have sight glasses?
Yes. All trailer and skid feeders have sight glasses at both ends of the feeder.
Do all livestock feeders come on skids and trailers?
Yes. All of our feeders are available on either trailers or skids depending on your needs. The standard price reflects a feeder on skids, extra costs apply for feeders on a trailer.
What are the benefits of having a chicken nesting trailer?
Chicken nesting trailers are the most effective way to produce free range eggs in an environmentally friendly way. Not only does the chicken nesting trailer mean less labour time for the farmer, the 'portable coop' also means that manure can be distributed around the paddock which gives hens fresh areas to graze. With manure being distributed around the paddock, this means cost savings on spreading fertilizer.
Can you customise products depending on my needs?
It's likely that our current product range will meet your needs, however because we manufacture our products locally in South Australia, there's the option to customise depending on your needs. Get in touch with Aussie Feeders to discuss how we can help.