Machinery Made For You

Quad-X manufacture a range of ATV accessories and quad equipment catering for grass care, weed control, and livestock care needs.

Overview

Fixed Spacing Model

Imagine…No more bags and no need for troughs.

A Quad-X Fixed Spacing Model stock feeder takes the hassle out of feeding. Without it, feeding stock involves time spent hauling bags of feed around and getting jostled by stock as you try to make it to the trough.

The Hopper has a capacity of 470L allowing you to feed your entire stock in just one fill, saving valuable time. the Fixed Spacing Model distributes feed in piles 6ft apart and allows you to adjust the feed rations from 1/2L to 2L. The electric model features a drop counter, and provides excellent ground clearance.

When used to feed Ewes in lamb, the stock Feeder helps to save foetal loss by doing away with the crowding and shoving at the trough giving each animal a fair chance at the feed.

Designed and Manufactured in Northern Ireland

Features

Hopper & Capacity

  • 470L hopper capacity
  • Galvanised hopper for longer life
Take the hassle out of feeding your sheep!

Galvanised hopper for durability

Tyres

22-11×8 Off Road flotation Tyres, suitable for most ground conditions even when full

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Adjustable feed piles

  • With feed distributed in spaced out piles, stock stand head-to-head and so there is less trampling and fouling in the feed, meaning less valuable meal is wasted, saving money
  • The Stock Feeder can dump piles of up to 2KG

Mud Guards

Mud Guard come as standard to deflect dirt mug and loose stones.

Options

Cover

– Metal Cover
– Tarpaulin Cover

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Extension Sides

Optional extension sides for a 625L capacity

Testimonials

'We use the Quad-X snacker to feed the ewes up to one week before lambing. Before we had the snacker we messed about with bags in a trailer, scattering the meal. With the snacker it is very handy and simple. You just drive and the feeding is done trouble free. We've been using it for 5 years and never had an ounce of trouble with it."Gerald Sheehan - Co Cork

Interested?

Contact us today and take the first step in a more efficient farm. We would love to answer any questions you might have.