A.S. Series 66-29
Feeding stalls aid a restricted feeding program. Feeding stalls are used to provide a place for sows to consume their feed with a minimum of interference from other animals. Many stall plans appear to provide an entire four-sided pen for each sow. These stalls may be more elaborate and costly than necessary. A simple stall made of a small partition is probably adequate to keep the sows apart. The stalls in the photos illustrate four different types.
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Agricultural Experiment Station, South Dakota State University
Seerley, R.W., "Portable Feeding Stalls" (1966). South Dakota Swine Field Day Proceedings and Research Reports, 1966. 14.