Ground Mineral Feeder
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Sioux Steel's Ground Mineral Feeder is 15” high and 38” wide.
3 compartments allow for 200 lbs. of mineral. Feeder can be anchored in 3 different locations for added stability. The low profile virtually eliminates tipping or spilling.
- Single flap top promotes longer usage.
- Made with high quality polyethylene.
- The heaviest ground feeder available.
Capacity: 200 lbs.
Width: 38" (41" with flap)
Height: 15" (17" with flap)
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We offer calculated shipping rates during the checkout process. USPS and UPS options are available if the product ordered qualifies for those options.
International orders that equal 20 lbs. and less are charged a flat rate of $48.00. Orders that are 20.1 lbs. and over are charged a calculated shipping rate during the checkout process.
Business Days: Monday-Thursday.
Holidays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays are not included in processing days.
NOTE: All product specifications are subject to change or improvement without notice. We reserve the right to change product pricing at any time without further notice. Pricing may differ at the time of purchase.
Contact Sioux Steel by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling our customer service specialists at 1-800-557-4689 for additional information.
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QUESTIONS & ANSWERSAsk a Question
Will this work for sheep?
Thank you for such a great question!
We have not tested the ground mineral feeder in a sheep application, so we are unsure how they would respond. If you believe the sheep would be able to lift the rubber flap up to gain access to the mineral, there is a possibility it could work.