Giltrap designed their bale feeders to make feed time simple and easy. These finely tuned machines ensure that you have complete control over portion size and can quickly deliver round bales of hay or silage across all kinds of terrain, with no waste.
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The Giltrap Bale Buggy is a rear feeding, single bale ATV or ute drawn feeder. It is designed to handle all types of round bales. The buggy is ground driven and is designed to feed out baleage minimising pasture damage because the unit does not require a tractor.
• Handles all types of round baleage
• Feeds out to the rear, with even feed flow so that baleage doesn’t get caught up in the chains
• Feed chains are geared 3 x slower than ground speed, so the feed mat is not continuous, and reduces the torque load on the ground drive wheel to reduce slippage in muddy conditions.
• The bale weight is forced forward while feeding which keeps load on the drawbar for traction on the towing vehicle, and reduces the risk of the bale falling off the back going up hills.