Bass Fine-x Feeders

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When we operated a commercial rabbitry with over 1200 holes, it became quite a chore to clean some 1200 feeders. "Fines", which rabbits don't like - unless they're starved - had to be spooned out. We experimented for years with different methods. We perforated the metal trough. results: NO GOOD - Most of the fines would not fall through and had to be pushed through. We tried octagonal and diamond shaped wire mesh. results: NO GOOD - Small and broken pellets would fall through the mesh and become waste. We finally tried hardware cloth and attached it to the feeder frame with rivets and flanges to form the trough and even part of the back so the pellets had to roll down over the hardware cloth, sifting out most of the fines and dust before collecting in the trough. After we put Fine-X® on the market, we had the feeder registered with the U.S. Patent Office. Now Fine-X® is sold internationally. As soon as Fine-X® was advertised, others in the business copied the idea. But none had the concept of it because these equipment dealers surely didn't operate a commercial rabbitry raising up to 25,000 fryers a year as we did. So, if you don't already have some Fine-X® Feeders in your operation, order some today and start saving time - and money - with the best self-cleaning feeder available in the world!

Optional covers available with part numbers 1AFC, 2AFC, 3AFC, 4AFC, & 5AFC for the attachable feeder covers or 1FC, 2FC, 3FC, 4FC, & 5FC for the standard covers. 

Please note Pro-B covers will not work on these feeders.


  • 5
    Great feeder at a great price

    Posted by Zack on 27th Apr 2023

    Work as described, very nice soft out all of the fines. Holds a good amount of feed can’t go wrong with these!

  • 5

    Posted by Marcus Hutka on 25th Apr 2023

    These are well built feeders. Very happy with my purchase.

  • 5

    Posted by Dani Trosper on 17th Apr 2023

    Easy order and excellent quality product. A little slow on delivery.

  • 5
    Bass Fine-x Feeders

    Posted by Kyle Hicks on 23rd Jan 2023

    Our favorite type of feeder, allows the powdery fines to be released from the feeder by gravity.