PAKSTER™ FEEDER TRAYS

           
Rectangular Feed Trays
2 sizes available
          Also available in Semi-Disposable 
             
Contour Feed Trays
2 sizes available
 
          Square Feed Trays

 

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WANT THICKER, HEAVIER TRAYS? 

NEW RFL1-60

 
 

THICKER, HEAVIER than the standard RFL-1, Rectangular Feeder Lid
Product dimensions:  22 1/8" x 13 1/4" x 2"
Color:  Red
Qty./Box:  100
Carton Size:  22 5/8" x 14 1/8" x 15 5/8"

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Minimize Feed Loss and Optimize Growth!

Pakster™ feeder trays have a long service life and are easy to use. They can provide significant savings in both cost and labor for the poultry producer. Manufactured from high-density polyethylene (HDPE), these trays have an outstanding performance record and will far outlast all other feeder trays on the market.

High-density polyethylene is a super-strong plastic, making the tray lightweight, yet rigid. Its properties and durability protect feed from litter moisture and water leaks. It is simple to clean and has a smooth, noncorrosive surface for the easy release of litter. HDPE resists cracking and breaking, even in coldest of weather conditions. Environmental stress tests prove that HDPE resists degradation due to harsh detergents, disinfectant solutions, and poultry waste. Plus, HDPE can be recycled.

Pakster™ feeder trays come in a variety of seven styles: two styles of rectangular trays, one square tray, two different contour styles, a thinner semi-disposable tray, and a thicker, heavier rectangular tray. The ribbed bottom and sidewalls of all styles maximize strength and help prevent feed loss from bending and dumping into the litter. The ribbed design also reduces loss from chick scratching. The contour trays are designed to fit snugly around the feed system pan. This reduces the likelihood of chicks becoming wedged between the tray and the feed system, a common cause of chick mortality. A raised control area in the tray center helps cut off feed earlier, at the front of the feed line. Faster feeding reduces flock migration and chick mortality.

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