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Tombstone Heavy Duty Brown Hay Saver

 

August 2009 Issue

 

     HW Brand Manufacturing, a division of Hutchison Incorporated, has introduced their Tombstone Heavy Duty BROWN Hay Saver, which can save up to 6% of feed — 120 lbs per ton.

     Made of heavy-duty, 16-gauge, 1010-carbon steel, the feeder is designed to reduce waste, and prevent interference as horses or cattle maneuver between the sloped hoops to reach the hay. It is ideal for horses, cow/calf operations, dairy cattle and horned cattle.

     “It is strong enough to prevent cattle from pressuring or moving the feeder around,” said Buck Hutchison, President, Hutchison Incorporated.

     The feeder accommodates large bales, has mud legs to keep it off of the ground, and is powder-coated HW Brand Brown. The open top design eliminates neck rub and hair loss. It comes in three sections, assembles quickly, has 15 feeding stations and weighs 400 pounds.

     For more information about the Tombstone Heavy Duty BROWN Hay Saver, and to see a complete line of HW products, visit www.hutchison-inc.com.

 

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