Farmco Eases Cattle Feeding

Nov 23, 2020


Farmco feeder wagons are proudly made in Ronks, Pa., and sold through your local Co-op.  Farmco feeders efficiently feed your cows, saving you time and money.  Here are two popular models:

Farmco 700 series
The 700 series are double-wide models designed for all sizes of round and square bales, chopped green feeds, and TMR.  Wheeled models have great stability and weight handling capacity.  The 180-degree turning front dolly makes them easy to maneuver.  The fold-up, extendable tongue lifts out of the way and is easy to hook up.  The rear gate drops to allow multiple large bales to slide in from the end.  All sizes are available with wheels or skids. 
Reduce hay waste with the optional EZ Clean-Out hay-saver racks.  The racks keep the bale centered and decrease the amount of hay that is pulled out by cattle.  The 700 series comes in 8’, 10’, 16’, 20’, 24’, and 30’ lengths. 

Farmco 66 series
The 66 series features a 5 ½’-wide trough that accommodates both round and large square bales.  All sizes are available with skid feet if not moving daily.  The front dolly is recommended if moving between pastures regularly.  The trough pan is reinforced with an inverted “V” channel.  The  66 series comes in 8’, 10’, 16’, 20’, 24’, and 32’ lengths. 

If you’re in the market for a quality feeder wagon, consult with your local Co-op to choose the best type and size for your operation. To view a demonstration video on the 700 series, visit https://tinyurl.com/y5t86mlq.
 
 

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