Handy Hint: October 10, 2012
Tote Bag Unloaded
We used to have a lot of problems unloading heavy tote bags full of supplements. This plugged the augers and spilled when it was windy.
I took an empty teat dip barrel, cut it in half and cut a hole in the bottom with a jig saw. You want to make the size of the hole according to how much the auger can carry. Then we just drop the bottom of the bag into the barrel, and it's in automatic mode.
Luke Hofer, Montana