Concrete Feeding Troughs, Greensboro, NC

Our concrete feeding troughs are a wise investment due to their durability and longevity.

Concrete Feeding Troughs in Greensboro, North Carolina

9ft long and 3ft wide,
with or without feet on the product

For many years, the primary goal of many people was to conserve on upfront costs as much as possible. As a result, there was a dynamic shift into what we refer to as a “disposable world.” At Childers Concrete Company, we might be a bit biased as we are a premier concrete provider with more than 70 years of experience, but we believe it is always best to go with a long-lasting solution in the beginning rather than have to invest over and over again. Our concrete feeding troughs stand the test of time, so you don’t have to worry about constantly replacing them like you would with other materials.

Livestock can be very tough on feeding troughs, so going with a precast concrete solution is a popular choice when longevity is the objective. There is nothing more frustrating than bringing home a different type and seeing it destroyed in moments or watching it break down in the elements in one or two seasons. Our concrete feeding troughs are designed to last and hold a large quantity of feed so you can be sure that your livestock gets the nutrition they need to grow.

You can always count on us to be attentive to your specific needs for concrete feeding troughs, as well as concrete water troughs, so that you’ll have one less thing to worry about needing to replace anytime soon. With seven decades as the local leader in Greensboro, North Carolina, you can be confident of a high-quality product. We serve contractors, construction managers, and livestock farmers. If you appreciate a high level of customer service and quality concrete products, reach out today to learn more about us and what we can do for you.

At Childers Concrete Company, we offer concrete feeding troughs in High Point, Archdale, Trinity, Thomasville, Wallburg, Winston-Salem, Walkertown, Kernersville, Colfax, Pink Knolls, Oak Ridge, Summerfield, Greensboro, Brown Summit, McLeansville, Pleasant Garden, and Level Cross, North Carolina.