It is a great feeder, we added a top to ours to keep our jumper out, also the tray is a great way to feed alfalfa pellets.http://www.valleyvet.com/ct_detail....33a9-48f2-9ba4-0a703c4eaa55&gas=2 in 1 feeder
These are what I use but I only have 3 goats.
Did you build that? I can see something like that working here on a little smaller scale By the way beautiful animals. Alpine and Alpine crosses?I call these fence feeders as they kinda resemble a 3 rail horse fence from the inside of the pen. Super easy access from the outside to feed. This style of feed I find works best because they have to put their heads in to eat and there is enough room for them to move or get pushed aside.
Great idea I'll look into that. Thanks TGD-farms!I know it looks kinda hilly billy, but you can get a great free temp shelter. It will take some looking but you seem to be good at that, contact ag places. Places that do seeds and fertilizers and see if they have any cracked (or holes) poly tanks stored somewhere. Most places just break em up and throw them away. But if you could get a 1000 gallon poly tank, cut a hole out for a door and then some holes or most of the bottom out of it, done. Ready made shelter. They all also have a screw on top and its easy to set that up for venting so no pee smell.