Mobile Grain Feeders give farmers the convenience of filling the feeders up at a bin and taking them out to the field. They are ideal for rotational grazing systems. The MGF3800 is constructed by adding the tandem axle chassis system to the 3800 stationary feeder. The MGF1800 is constructed by adding the single axle chassis system to the 1800 stationary feeder.


  • Both options have suspension. The MGF3800 has rocker load sharing suspension.
  • The axles are centred on the feeder to ensure the vehicle tow ball is not over loaded.
  • For stability in the field, each corner is fitted with an adjustable stand.

Creep Feeding

The wheels of the MGF feeders provide little restriction to lambs feeding from the full trough length. Lambs next to the wheels turn their heads to gain their supplement from in front of the wheels so this trough space is still being used.


Mobile Feeders have suspension to ensure the longevity of the products by providing smooth transportation at higher speeds.

The MGF3800 features load-sharing springs to spread a full load evenly over all four wheels.

Mobile 3IN1FEEDERS have no maximum speed limit. Many others have a maximum of 15mph.

Central Wheel Position

Centralized axles reduce the load on the tow ball of the towing vehicle. This is very important when the vehicle is a light-duty vehicle. Other products that have the axle at the rear of the feeder can put up to 1760 lbs on the tow ball when many trucks have maximum loading of 660 lbs.

The tires are only 20″ high, being 195/55/R13C and have a load rating of 2000lb each. Lambs and kids older than 3 months old can reach over the wheels to consume.




Assembled Dimensions:

12'0" x 5'5" x 7'1" (LxWxH)

Flat-packed Dimensions:

8'0" x 3'10" x 2'5" (LxWxH)


108 bushels

Weight of feed:

3.3 tons of wheat
2.8 tons of barley/pellets
2.1 tons of oats




Assembled Dimensions:

12'0" x 5'5" x 4'9" (LxWxH)

Flat-packed Dimensions:

8'0" x 3'10" x 2'3" (LxWxH)


51 bushels

Weight of feed:

1.5 tons of wheat
1.3 tons of barley/pellets
1.0 tons of oats

Telescopic Stands

The Mobile Grain Feeders have a stand in each corner. These prevent the Mobile Grain Feeders moving when in use.

Stands Down
Stands Up

Adjustable Axle Height

The axles are manufactured with a step. This allows the Mobile Grain Feeders to be set at 3 different heights so they are suitable for all sizes of stock. The axle options allow the trough to be set at the heights of approximately 12″, 16″ and 20″.

Axle positioned so trough set at 12"
Axle positioned so trough set at 16"
Axle positioned so trough set at 20"