With heavy-duty components and durability in mind, these machines were built to last.

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The BF230 feed wagon from Vermeer features a low loading height at just 70-in (180-cm), making it ideal for operations of multiple sizes. These machines were created to allow operators to be able to feed a complete ration without having a vertical mixer.

With heavy-duty components and durability in mind, these machines were built to last.

The BF230 feed wagon from Vermeer features a low loading height at just 70-in (180-cm), making it ideal for operations of multiple sizes. These machines were created to allow operators to be able to feed a complete ration without having a vertical mixer. Find A Dealer Request More Info

Features & Benefits

Low loading height

The low 70-in (180-cm) loading height on this machine allows for clearance in different barns and buildings, as well as loading with a tractor and most skid steers.

Two options for discharge

Two options for discharge allow customers to tailor their wagon to fit their needs. A conveyor is typically the best option for rations of up to 20% roughage, whereas an auger works well for silage, grains and supplements.

High discharge

Optimize feed placement into tires, bunks or wherever else you may be feeding with high discharge.

Low horsepower requirements

Low tractor horsepower requirements and a simple design make this machine a good fit for operators looking for a wagon that is simple to use and maintain.

Ingredient flexibility

Blend rations with various ingredients including up to 20% roughage to create a complete ration.

Specifications

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  • Dimensions and Weights

    • Machine weight 3104 lbs 1408 kg
    • Transport Width 98 in 248.9 cm
    • Working Width 108 in 274.3 cm
    • Total height 84 in 213.4 cm
    • Loading height 70 in 177.8 cm
    • Tires 295/75R-22.5
  • Box

    • Capacity 230 cu ft 6.5 cu m
    • Inside box length 162 in 411.5 cm
    • Inside box width - below flare 54 in 137.2 cm
    • Inside box width - above flare 60 in 152.4 cm
    • Floor material Steel
  • Discharge System

    • Discharge style Conveyor or auger
    • Discharge Direction Left
    • Conveyor Length 82 in 208.3 cm
    • Auger Length 80.5 in 204.5 cm
  • Tractor Requirements

    • Recommended PTO horsepower 60 hp 44.7 kw
    • Hydraulic Type Optional, 1 double-acting
    • Hydraulic pressure Optional, 1800 psi (124 bar)
    • Hydraulic flow Optional, 10 gpm (38 L/min)
  • Drive System

    • Mechanical drive Standard
    • PTO speed 540 rpm
    • Hydraulic drive Optional hydraulic orbit motor
  • Scale system

    • Scale display Digi-Star EZ2500V
    • Number of weigh bars 3
    • Jack stand weigh bar Optional

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Current Special Offers

Low-rate financing and cash-back offers available on vertical mixers and feed wagons

Low-rate financing and cash-back offers available on vertical mixers and feed wagons

Now through Jan. 6, 2023, qualified buyers can receive low-rate financing or cash back on the purchase of select new Vermeer vertical mixers and feed wagons.
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