Whether you are new to livestock farming or you're an old hand, you know that having the
best equipment is essential if you want to work efficiently. A hay feeder is essential if you
want to keep your cattle fed, but choosing the right one isn't always easy. When you're
looking for the best hay feeder for cattle, WMI Feeders can help to make it easier. Each of
our products offers a great choice for anyone who needs a hay feeder that's up to the job.
Here's our run-down of what each of these top cattle hay feeders can do for you.
This multi-bale feeder is ideal if you deal with both round and square bales and you're
looking for something for both hay and silage. It will hold an impressive 6 round or 5 square
bales at once, and larger machines can be built to order too. It features a curved chamber
for pad feeding, plus it benefits from a tandem rocker system. The extendable chamber
allows it to accommodate all bales and it can be used for carting in. Its robust design makes
it strong and durable, and it has high ground clearance too.
If you're looking for something extremely versatile, the Pa-Mick could be the cattle hay
feeder for you. This hay and silage feeder will carry up to two bales, taking a round and
square bale each in any order. Its specially designed curved chamber will hold feed pads up
to 1.2m (4 feet) high and its extendable chamber takes bales of all sizes. It benefits from a
versatile loading system with collapsible forks, making it safer to use. The tilting chamber
gives greater feed control, so it's a top choice for feeding cattle efficiently.
For those dealing in round bales, the Elite is an excellent choice. It will hold up to two large
round bales, offering a compact option for cattle feeding. One of the best features is the
rippers that travel over the top of the chassis to reduce component damage. This feeder is
built to make maintenance easier and more user-friendly. It has a simple chain adjustment
and, like the Pa-Mick, a versatile loading system with collapsible forks. Like all of our
feeders, it's strong and robust, but it's lighter and smaller.
Some people don't want to settle for anything less than a beast of a hay feeder. This option
is built with size in mind, holding up to 6 large, round bales of hay at once. It can be made
smaller on request but its size definitely gives it an advantage. Like the Elite, the Champion
features rippers that travel over the top of the chassis to reduce component damage and
simple chain adjustment. It also has the independent tandem rocker system of the Albybone.
Number of bales
Type of bales
Round or square
Round or square