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Mineral Feeder Plans

By: Lee Johnson
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Mineral Feeder

In this article you will find pictures and a plan (in .pdf format) to build your own mineral feeder. This is a very good design and well built, submitted by Lee Johnson - most of you will have the necessary skills and tools to get this project up and running on your farm.

Mineral Feeder Plan document in .pdf format:
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GW Note: "I've seen a number of mineral feeder designs, but I believe this to be the first one I've seen that has a type of shelter built around it to fend off inclement weather. This design gets a GoatWorld A+ approval rating."

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