Invention takes the strain out of feeding

Invention takes the strain out of feeding

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The bales fall off the belt of a Daniher Bale Feeder in a manageable size for mobs of sheep all sizes.

The bales fall off the belt of a Daniher Bale Feeder in a manageable size for mobs of sheep all sizes.

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A family-built invention and winner of multiple innovation awards, the Daniher Bale Feeder's new model is perfectly suited to the current feeding season that encompasses NSW.

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Daniher Bale Feeders have grown since the first model rolled off the line in 2016.

A family-built invention and winner of multiple innovation awards, the Daniher Bale Feeder's new model is perfectly suited to the current feeding season that encompasses NSW.

"With ease of use, utility and safety features including a hand-held control the Daniher Bale Feeder is sure to make every livestock farmers life easier with its remote-controlled belt feeder designed to fit any tray-back ute and capable of handling large square hay or silage bales," inventor of the Bale Feeder, Pat Daniher said.

"We are happy to be able a smarter, quicker way of delivering feed to stock.

"The bales fall off the belt in a manageable size for mobs of sheep all sizes.

"The bale string is held in place by slots on the back of the tray unit for easy removal once the hay is distributed.

"No longer a two person job, feeding livestock has never been easier and the clever design can be fitted to suit many hauling purposes.

"We have adapted the belt feeder to a trailer for spreading sand, gravel, garden waste and mulch without the need for a hoist - the utility of the Daniher Bale Feeder is one of its biggest strengths."

Mr Daniher said it was a simple occupational health and safety solution for work around the farm.

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