Features of
the fine one feeder trailer

Clocking Device

Clocking Device

  • Indicates the position of the hay spikes
  • Located on the back bumper of the trailer
  • Visible from the rear view mirror of your truck

Feeder (Patented T & S trip hopper)

  • Feed cubes are loaded into the top forward bin with a storage capacity of 2000 pounds V-0:55
  • The trip hopper is remote controlled from the cab of your truck dropping cubes in piles P-3135
  • A hand held remote is an option offered to control the feeder while on horseback ……. park your rig inside the pens or trap while operating the feeder a distance away! V-3:36
  • Use the noise from the trailer and the trip hopper to condition your cattle to run to the trailer rather than hightailing it to the roughest part of the pasture V-1:16
Feeder (Patented T & S trip hopper)
Fine Box (Patent Publication # US2015/0305299)

Fine Box (Patent Publication # US2015/0305299)

  • Loading cubes from overhead bins, rough country/pasture roads, and vibration from the trailer will causes the cubes to separate from the fines. The fines fall through this unique patented system storing them for later use. V-0:59
  • No more pouring fines on the ground. This system catches 1 to 6% of total cube feed bulk weight that was once lost. P-3225
  • Less exposure of ground diseases that cattle could contract through eating small fines mixed with dirt V-1:04
  • Supplement your horse feed bill or eliminate it all together by feeding the fine to you horses (Consult your veterinarian and send a sample of your fines to a lab for testing BEFORE feeding them to your horses …NOT ALL BULK CUBE FEED IS SAFE FOR HORSES)


  • Wood flooring comes standard on all trailers
  • Aluminum is optional
  • Designed for very little resistant when dragging large cattle in the trailer
  • Enough contrast between slats to prevent horses from sliding down
  • No more use of cattle panels on the floor for traction
  • Easily cleaned
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of the Fine One Feeder Trailer