5 Teat Calf Feeder

SKU
CF5-WDDWT
£246.00 £205.00

Delivery

Lead Time
5-7 working days
Delivery Cost
Free UK Mainland Delivery
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Channel Islands, Isle of Man, Isle Of Wight, Anglesey, Isles of Scilly, Western Isles, Orkney Islands, Shetland Islands, Northern Ireland & Republic of Ireland, Scottish Highlands and Offshore Islands and also areas north of the Glasgow/Edinburgh line including the following postcode areas:

AB, DD, DG, EH, FK, G, HS, IV, KA, KW, KY, ML, PA20-40, PA60-78, PH1-26, PH30-44, PH49-50, TD, ZE

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Specification

Length - mm
1270
Width - mm
510
Weight - kg
9.5
Depth - mm
340

Details

This feeder has been designed for fast and efficient group feeding of calves whilst maintaining an individual approach and promoting improved digestion.

  • Allows feeding of up to 70 calves per hour
  • Using this feeder, a typical calf can be weaned on as little as 15kg of milk powder as opposed to 50kg on the Ad Lib method
  • The cowling guides the calf to the teat and protects it from the neighbouring calf ensuring slow drinkers get enough milk
  • The feeder hangs on to the calf pen gate with the teats level with the calves backs
  • One sick calf can be given medicated milk/electrolytes if necessary and the rest plain milk
  • Colostrum can be fed to new born calves before they can stand – simply put the feeder on the floor and push to the calf’s mouth
  • The troughs have compartments each holding 2 litres to the ridge along the back or 3 litres to the top of the weirs. You only need to fill up as many compartments as you have calves in a pen.