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Pig Feed Trough

12/15/2013 @ 8:31pm

Feed trough is used to supply fresh feed to sows, piglets and fattening pigs. We have trough for sow, supplementary feeding trough for piglet, trough for fattening pigs


Feeding Trough for Sow

According to the feed trough materials, we have stainless steel trough, plastic trough, cast iron trough, etc. It is suitable for pig farrowing crate and sow crate. The trough is often installed under the barrier, convenient to supply feedstock continuously in the corridor.


Stainless Steel Feed Trough

It is well know that the nature of the pig is grubbing. If the trough is too shallow, the feed will easily drop out of the trough, not only making waste, but also polluting the environment. The back of our stainless steel feed trough is 53 cm high, so that it can avoid the feed spilling over efficiently. made of stainless steel, which is anti-corrosion and will not get rust. It can ensure the cleanness and safety of the feedstock.


Plastic Pig Feeding Trough

Made of thicken engineering plastics and has stainless steel bordure, which is wear-resistant and bite-resistant.


Supplementary Feeding Trough for Piglet

Supplementary feeding is very important during piglet’s growing and the best time to feed is 5-7 days after born. But if the feed trough is not in a reasonable design, the feed can be easily polluted and drenched. What is worse, it also can make the piglets to catch disease of digestive tract . Due to this reason, we designed a new type of piglet feeding trough. This kind of feeder trough is not only economical and practical, but also has better feeding result.


Double-Sided Feeding Trough for Fattening Pigs

Double-sided trough is designed for feed fattening pigs. The trough is installed in the twin nursery bed, and it has two sides with multiple positions, which can meet the demands of two group of pigs.  

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