Graeme and Steven Christie’s double hopper is runner-up within the easy class of our Innovations Competitors.
Brothers Graeme and Steven Christie from Banffshire made a double hopper to avoid wasting them valuable time through the busy lambing interval.
The hopper is used for filling their sheep snacker by way of the central outlet and baggage of barley through a spout on the aspect.
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The primary physique is constructed from a redundant Lely Centerliner fertiliser spreader, mounted on the angle-iron body of an previous diesel tank.
Prolonged plywood sides and a divider separate the barley from the sheep rolls, and a chute helps to fill the barley baggage neatly.