Hustler Feeders Qualify for TAEP Cost Share Program

Published 21st July 2017
United States

The Tennessee Agricultural Enhancement Program (TAEP) is a cost share program for Tennessee’s agricultural community. The Tennessee Department of Agriculture administers the program to positively impact the state’s farms and rural communities, and Hustler’s innovative feeding system has been approved!

Participation allows producers to maximize farm profits, adapt to changing market situations, improve operation safety, increase farm efficiency and make a positive economic impact in their communities.

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Hustler is pleased to have its unique bale feeding system qualify for the cost share program after conducting trials and coming out on top for savings of both hay, and the environment, and being a much safer way of feeding cattle compared to the traditional method such as hay rings or hay wagons. 

To learn more contact us on – (844)-249-2092

TN Department of Agriculture team members discuss the SL360X round bale feeder attached to a Kubota skid-steer loader, kindly supplied by Accredited Hustler Dealer Yearwood EquipmentIMG_20170526_164401.jpg

The patented Snaplox self-loading system of the SL360X bale processor makes it easy to load bales, especially when mounted to a skid-steer loader. 


The SL360X bale unroller feeds bales of dry hay or baled silage into nice even windrows giving cattle equal access to the feed, eliminating manure localization, reducing hay waste and improving safety for calves when feeding. 


Trials conducted at the Tennessee Agricultural Experiment Station


Thanks to Hustler Accredited Dealer, Yearwood Equipment and PD Shelton for supplying the Hustler feeders, and machinery for the trails.



Contact Hustler on (844)-249-2092 or

Yearwood Equipment 931-433-3558

For more information on TAEP or the Hustler feeders that qualify

Yearwood Equipment – a Kubota and New Holland dealership