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New Dry Storage From American Craftsmen

New Dry Storage From American Craftsmen

Up to half a ton of storage for feed, pellets, and other dry matter.

American Craftsmen, Inc. has introduced a storage bin in quarter ton and half ton capacity sizes for small dry bulk materials, such as wood pellets and livestock feeds. The bins are ideal for rural operations that need to store feed for animals or 10 head or less of livestock. The moisture proof, rodent proof bin stores and dispenses materials easily, with the hopper opening set high enough to empty into a three gallon bucket.

Plastic dry storage from American Craftsmen, Inc., provides protection for animal feed, wood pellets and more.

The storage bins are made entirely in the U.S.A. The hopper and lid are constructed of 3/16" polyethylene plastic that will not crack in extreme winter temperatures. The hopper is semi-transparent, so the product level can be seen. The frame is powder-coated 0.105" thick steel and 1.5" x .12" wall square tube that is rust-resistant. Both the 500 and 1,000 lb. versions are available with optional axle-tongue kit mounting for highway transport or with optional caster wheel kit bolts for portable mounting.

For more information, write American Craftsmen, P.O. Box 484, Coffeyville, KS 67337 or call 1-(800) 835-0687.

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