You can drag, carry, weld to and adapt in many ways our feed bunks. Bunk ends are made to adjust for allowing water to drain fast and keep feed in. Cattle will not destroy these, the bunks are easy to move and our bunks won't crack.
High capacity 42" bunks for fence line feeding
The rolled feet that we use on the Corbin Steel feed bunks help with flotation by spreading
the weight over a larger surface than 8" pipe feed. Also, the rolled foot on the steel feed
bunks makes them easy to hook up a chain and drag from pasture to pasture. Another plus to
the rolled feet on the steel feed bunks is the extra welding that connects the feet to
the bunk, making them more durable.
The Corbin Steel Rolled Steel Feed Bunks are the most versatile bunks available today
These steel feed bunks can be easily set up with a Corbin Steel fenceline feeding system
or with a pasture bar down the center (shown in the picture at the top) to use them for
portable bunks between pastures. The silage feed bunks and TMR feed bunks are both set up
to measure 24" from the top of the feed bunk to the ground to allow cattle of all sizes to reach
them. The grain feed bunks are set up to measure about 20" from the top of the feed bunk to the
The Corbin Steel Fenceline Feeding Systems are available in a few different variations:
- 20' Fenceline Feed Panels
- 20' Feed Bunk fenceline panels
The 20' fenceline feed panels to the left are used for a feed lane or bottomless feed bunk
system. These fenceline feed panels are built to work just like the hay saving feeders to
keep more feed in front of the cattle and less under their feet. The fenceline feed panels
are 52" tall and can come standard like the fenceline feed panel pictured to the left or the
bottom section can be sheeted for silage feeding.
The 20' feed bunk fenceline panels pictured to the bottom left use the hay saving feeder design,
as well, but are built to fit in front of or directly onto the Corbin Steel Rolled Steel Feed
Bunks or in front of your existing feed bunks.
The biggest advantage of the Corbin Steel Fenceline Feeding System is that they will serve as
a fence for keeping cattle in and there is no adjusting for feeding different animal sizes.
The 20' fenceline feed panels and 20' feed bunk fenceline panels install just like continuous
fence panels with a post every 10ft and connectors that join each fenceline feed panel to the next.