We have been using BROOKFIELD’s SheepFeeder’s for feedlotting lambs and mutton. The feeder has been great to use during this dry season for feeding straight grain however in a normal year we would also use it for hay and supplementary feeding as well as their feeder can be used for so many things. They are great feeders, we recommend to anyone looking to check out the BROOKFIELD SheepFeeder.
MA & JL O’ConnorEUMUNGERIE, NSW
I have recently purchased 12 Sheep Feeders from BROOKFIELD and the quality is outstanding. I use the feeders for back-grounding and intensively feedlotting lambs. They hold a good amount of feed, they are easy to fill and I would recommend them to anyone looking at buying a feeder.
I’ve been running the D185 with DC72 through Feathertop Rhodes Grass; it’s been ripping the plant out and laying it on top of the ground with the roots exposed. Then even if you get rain that night, it will not re-germinate. Any other machines I’ve used (tyne, offset, multidisc etc.) leave the roots in contact enough with the soil to re-germinate even up to a week later.
D DurkinTHEODORE, QLD
I’m very happy with our OmniBin, its works really well and the remote control operation has made the whole process so much easier!
S DobbieBUNGONIA, NSW
The D60-I ChainBar has been beneficial to my farming operation as its diversity allows it to be used for such a wide range of purposes. It has been fantastic for removing weeds such as melons and catheads and I am able to cover 17 acres an hour compared to my previous 10 acres an hour. The knock down and incorporation of stubble has been very beneficial and I have noticed a huge improvement in being able to retain soil moisture.
M BlaxlandTAMWORTH, NSW
Our D130D ChainBar has performed well in its first season assisting our operation in managing weeds and chick pea stubble. It has been a very effective tool in managing Rhodes grass in particular as it buries the seed deep enough to stop the plant re-germinating.
G SaalCLERMONT, QLD
The D90 ChainBar is very well made and has been good at working both the black soil (creek flats) as well as our lighter sandy country. We have used it for weed control and working the soil after ploughing and it will be used this season for sowing.
K CruikshankCOOLATAI, NSW
The D130D ChainBar has done a great job on weed control, sowing cereal crops, sowing pasture crops and we used it last year to top dress Canola. We have tried both a Kelly Chain and the Brookfield ChainBar and the ChainBar has been a better fit for us as it’s more adjustable to suit the soil type and it’s tough enough to do the job right the first time. It has done a brilliant job on removing summer weeds such as melons, fleabane and heliotrope. We have also hired the ChainBar out to multiple neighbours who have all been very happy with it and used it for demonstration days locally. The main purpose for purchasing the ChainBar was to smash up the Canola stubble to save the hassle of burning stubble with more and more fire bans and restrictions being in place.