game, wildlife, feeding troughs, with roofs, with dip rollers, tick control, impala, kudu, eland, wildebeest, springbuck
Feeding troughs with roofs for wildlife
How much money does a game farmer loose with feed that gets lost due to rain?
We build strong roofs for the wildlife feeding troughs, which keeps the rain out of the feed. The farmer who bought the feed trough in photo left, said that in two years his feed never got wet when it rains.
The roof and the support legs of the roof can easily be removed. All the farmer has to do is to remove 8x 10mm bolts and nuts.
Placing an order Products are build on order. No VAT payable.
Deposit of 70% to be paid. Balance when the order is build. If you would like to place an order, send us the following information. Name or business name Postal address Contact person and number Email address Products that you want to order
Transport & delivery We do not do transport, but can help to arrange transport. There are transporters who regularly transport products that we build and deliver to our clients. List of transporters - Click here
Contact us We are 16km from Brits and 10km from Hartbeespoort, on the R513 (Pretoria - Hartbeespoort Brits road) in De Wildt - road 14. Cellphone and WhatsApp 072 132 3668 Email address email@example.com Google maps Click here
Salt lick and game lick stands
The salt lick stands works very good, and give maximum use of the salt and other lick blocks that are used.
Stands are 430 x 430 and 150 high. At the bottom of the legs, we weld 10cm round bar that can be pushed or hammered into the ground.