Sinch Bale Feeders™


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We are always keen to answer any type of enquiry you might have and can arrange for you to contact any of our very happy customers

"I had a gentleman from Oregon call me about the feeders yesterday. I certainly gave him a positive opinion of them. We sure like ours".& " As time goes on, we continue to be even more impredded with the feeders, only wish we would have purchased them sooner" Todd Barr XX Ranch Manassa Colorado .

 Tyler Westhoff & Charles Redd La Sal Utah proudly in front of their 10 square bale feeder. Tyler commented: " We started feeding hay out on our farm ground in the winter times as a way to add carbon, energy & fertility to the soil during the dormant time of the year. For 2 winters we were flaking the hay off the back of a semi flatbead trailer or off a flatbed trailer pulled by a tractor. It was very labor intensive & took 3 guys several hours a day. I finally got fed up with how labor intensive it was & started looking for a better way to flake the hay. There were several already here in the US but all looked very complicated & like there could be potential for breakdowns & lots of maintenance. To me simple is always better. In my search I came across Sinch Bale Feeders & could see that was what I was looking for. In the short amount of time we've been able to use it has made feeding hay much simpler. It turned a 3 man job into a one man job & is much more efficient & works great" Redd Agri La Sal Utah

 Peter Newell,Paul Brendon & Noel Pengilly after feeding out for first run June 2016. Noel came up with this detachable concept after he & Paul travelled 900 km south to The Sisters to see a 8 bale model in operation. "It's a wonderful machine that involves only one person & nobody on the back to get  injured" Noel said. " We were looking to save time & manpower with safety in mind-6 men were involved before now it's only one. We would be buggered without it"  "Glenleigh Pastoral" Eugowra New South Wales Australia

           "Simple,fast feed out,low maintenance  & very good ROI" Peter & Fiona Musson Macarthur Victoria Australia

   Oliver Close Apsley Victoria Australia Oliver says "we wanted an efficient way to feed cattle & sheep through the autumn/winter period which is our weakest link in terms of the available ME in the paddocks. This is also the time of year when purchasing oportunities are at their best. The sinch bale feeder has allowed us to purchase our replacement weaner steers with confidence that we can feed them quickly & easily through the late autumn & early winter before they go onto grass. As an added bonus we can use the trailer for other farm jobs such as hay carting. This machine is a game changer for us in terms of safety, labour efficiency & I have no doubt it will lead to consistent profitability in our beef trading enterprise. At the moment we have about 500 angus steers that were purchased through the autumn at relatively cheap rates. They are being fed wheaten hay at a maintenance ration in what is basically a feed lot situation. They will remain on this rationuntil our pasture levels hit about 1500-2000 kg per hectare. With the sinch bale feeder I can feed all 500 head in about half an hour & the feeder puts out enough hay that we only have to feed twice weekly. The most impressive part is that it's a one man job that only requires leaving the tractor cabin to cut the strings".               With where cattle prices have got to in recent weeks (and where they normally are the closer we get to spring) I have estimated the feeder will more than pay for itself in the first year of operation simply through allowing us to "buy before the rush". The team at sinch bale feeders including Gerard & his son Tony provided all the expertise in terms of making sure we sourced a suitable trailer for the job & the whole process was a breeze from start to finish"



latest 8 bale installation for Willalooka Pastoral Company South Australia  ready for action crew at Willalooka Pastoral Company South Australia. In front of installed 8 bale unit on old semi trailer 

'IN 2013 we purchased a 6 square bale feeder it is such a simple design and is very easy to use.I am very happy with how it has made feeding square bales such an easy job."
Matt Warnes-700 cow Dairy Farmer Pyree New South Wales Australia
"I have been very impressed with the ease of loading and unloading the Sinch Square Bale Feeder. Hand feeding silage from the back of a ute was hard, heavy work taking a toll on my health.Now I can sit and drive and feed out 4 bales of silage to 4 mobs of sheep in one round trip without the need to leave the comfort of the drivers seat.We have a four bale Sinch Square Bale Feeder"
Peter McCallum- Limestone Coast- Naracoorte South Australia
"We purchased our 6 bale feeder Sep 2013 We feed our own oaten hay to our sheep and have slashed feeding out time" Because oaten hay falls apart easily we did not request a flaker at the rear thus it has the capability to feed out 10 bales per trip. A truly operator friendly machine with just one grease nipple. "
Jerry Clunes "Newmarracarra"- Bringo-Western Australia
"After morning milking,silage feeding to our 420 dairy herd is now a relatively quick and easy task (completed before 9 am) freeing up a lot of valuable time'. We have a 6  Sinch Square Bale Feeder "
Kerri Johnston- The Sisters- Western Victoria Australia
"Believe it or not I now enjoy feeding out 30-40 bales per day! Going on 9 years we are yet to have any trouble.Takes approximately one third of the time is safe,extremely robust, efficient and trouble free.String feature is fantastic" We have an 8 Bale Feeder. Neil Williams-Farm Manager -The Sisters= Western Victoria Australia.
 We recieved our 8 bale Sinch Bale Feeders inn 2015 & are extremely happy with it.  Thyne McGregor " Willalooka Pastoral Company Willalooka South Australia