Stull Feeders - Peaceful Easy Feedin'

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August 23, 2018:

I got the ATV feeder for my daddy for Christmas a year or so ago and I have to say your
product is still working perfectly. It's the perfect size and he loves it. He has made a trailer for
it and now frees up his 4 wheeler. Just wanted to say THANK YOU for making a strong reliable product worth every penny!

Thanks Christina T., Sulphur Springs, Texas

 


 

 

August 3, 2018:  

I just want to say thank you so much for your customer satisfaction. I contacted y’all a
couple months back about my 600lb feeder falling apart. For some reason it never had the angle pieces on it! Y’all sent them to me right away and it totally fixed my problem. I appreciate it so much! The next feeder I get will be another stull feeder because of this! I can’t say thank you enough!    

Jarratt W., Traskwood, AR

 

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Dear Randy,

You will recall Tonya and I purchased one of your Stullfeeders on Thursday, April 17, 2008 at the Oklahoma Farm Show. I initially had reservations as to how well it would work on the TransMule. I, also, had reservations that it would be worth the price tag. I am pleased to say that after only one use I was more than convinced not only that the Stullfeeder would work as you stated, but I was also certain this is one of the smartest purchases we've ever made. My wife said she couldn't have been more excited if I had purchased a diamond ring for her! Just how great is that!?! On the first use of the Stullfeeder I noticed we were able to get the feed out more efficiently and the cows weren't fighting each other over the cubes. I was sure that every head was able to get cubes. Previously we would pour 200# of cubes into eight 5-gallon buckets. We would load them into the back of the Mule and use a rope to strap the buckets in so they would not scoot around or slide out the rear. Then upon arriving at the site where we'd be spreading the cubes we would unstrap the rope, pull out the buckets (one by one), and fight the cattle off while spreading them out in piles. Then rush back to the Mule to get another bucket so every head could get a chance at eating. Invariably there were some that just didn't get their share! And, if only one person (either Tonya or I) was available for this chore...there was NO way to keep up with their appetite! The entire chore is NOW reduced to pouring four sacks of feed into the Stullfeeder, driving to the drop site, and one person controls the rest from the driver's seat. Done!

I have sent some photos and I wanted to let you know how happy we are. Randy, thank you, for sharing your ingenuity with the rest of the cattle world. The only people I can think of that won't be happy with your invention are the doctors and the hospitals that will not be treating the injuries from cattle stampedes, back strains and sprains, and turned ankles.

Sincerely,
Craig