Sometimes, the traditional way is not the best way.

Let Hustler enlighten you on the best way to feed your cattle.  

The capacity to feed, the mess, the damage to pasture, and the wastage… all of these versus the Hustler Way

Download our Guide, to discover a beneficial hay feeding system. 

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What's inside this book?

Hay rings are the most popular and are widely available feeders in the market backed by the usual perception that hay rings save time because you only have to fill them every few days. And of course, it is the most affordable option with low capital outlay for ranchers.

If you’re considering or already using hay rings or hay trailers, then this is a must have. Inside this complementary download we cover:

  • Case studies
  • Independant industry opinions
  • Solutions to independantly identified issues
  • Options for improving your profitibility 
  • How you can spend less of your time feeding out

Feeding System Comparison | Hay Ring vs Hay Buffet

Find the ultimate feeding solution for success in your operation.

Hay Buffet Feeding System Hay Ring Feeding System
✔  No waste = Hay saving Χ Hay Waste and Spoilage 
✔ Keeps your herd moving Χ  Less Herd movement
✔ Tidy long windrow Χ Messy = more wastage
✔ Reduced soil compaction = Improves pasture quality  Χ Excessive soil compaction and barrenness = soil damage
✔ Gain flexibility and create a safe environment for your herd Χ  Less capacity to feed
Easy equal access to feed Χ Unequal access to feed 

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Maybe now is the time to rethink your hay ring process?

Distributing manure throughout your pastures by windrow feeding versus bale ring feeding not only improves your pasture growth but it eliminates the need for manually spreading manure and re-seeding damaged pastures. Windrow feeding also allows you to limit feed and give everyone equal access to good feed in a healthy environment. This means that you can reduce your feed bill and contribute to a more uniform herd condition while keeping a safe environment for your younger stock. Studies prove that feeding hay in a narrow windrow instead of a round bale feeder can reduce wastage from nearly 40% down to just 2-3%! 

What our ranchers have to say?

“The animals are actually eating the hay and getting the maximum amount of nutrition”

David Karsin, Portage La Prairie (Canada) - Chainless LX105

“It’s put together with pride and care, and that’s really hard to find these days”

James Doran, Flemingsburg, Kentucky (United States) - Chainless TX205
Andrew Ferguson

“After running the Hustler for a few months, we decided to go ahead and purchase two more”

Andrew Ferguson (USA) - Chainless X5000/TX205
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“I couldn’t believe it, but it saves a lot of hay”

Bill Fales, Carbondale (USA) - Chainless X5000/TX205


Listen to our FGFG Podcast – James Doran 

James talks about how he and his wife took over his family Angus operation after a number of years working on Wall Street, and how it’s sometimes hard, but the opportunity to walk around the farm and be in nature gives him the chance to decompress. He has some strong opinions about the big four packers, and about feedlot cattle raising in general, but also thinks that the ‘fake meat’ creators aren’t addressing how they’re replenishing the soil. He’s a proud user of Hustler Equipment as well, and talks about some of his favorite product features and benefits.