2 Quart Feed Scoop

$3.49
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2 Quart Feed Scoop

$3.49

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Product Summary:

Ships to Canada
 
2 Quart Feed Scoop
 
This oversized 2-quart feed scoop is constructed of tough, durable plastic.
 
Colors may vary.

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It's what I needed
Tabatha B on Jan 25, 2016
strong, durable and I can stand them up on end to add the grain for each horse then carry several to the stalls at one time.
CONNIE U on Jun 18, 2014
Needed larger so each of 3-5 horses and be given a small treat from 1 scoop.
LINDA S on Dec 6, 2014
So much better than the coffee can!
MICHELLE W on Mar 1, 2014
In what colors I can find this?
A shopper on Mar 7, 2015
Best Answer: Mine came in black.
Reply · Report · TRACY S on Mar 9, 2015
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Pounds of grain?
A shopper on Nov 30, 2014
Best Answer: For pellets, I weighed (on a hanging scale, might not be precise) the whole scoop full and got 2 1/2 lb. To the top of the little platform where the handle comes out was 1 lb. These were Elk Grove Forage Mix pellets- other pellets might be a little different, but this is what we use to measure pellets at Sunrise Horse Rescue and at least it is consistent and we can see if they're gaining or losing on it. And I think it's close to the actual weight.
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