Definition of Self-feeder

1. Noun. A machine that automatically provides a supply of some material. "The feeder discharged feed into a trough for the livestock"

Exact synonyms: Feeder
Generic synonyms: Machine
Derivative terms: Feed, Feed



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Self-feeder

self-enclosed
self-esteem
self-evaluation programs
self-evidence
self-evidency
self-evident
self-evident truth
self-evidently
self-examination
self-examining
self-excitation
self-existence
self-existent
self-explanatory
self-expression
self-feeder (current term)
self-feeling
self-fertile
self-fertilisation
self-fertilised
self-fertilization
self-fertilized
self-flagellation
self-flattery
self-forgetful
self-fulfilling
self-fulfilling prophecies
self-fulfilling prophecy
self-fulfillment
self-generated

Literary usage of Self-feeder

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Farm Buildings by Sanders Publishing Co. (Chicago) (1909)
"This rack is to a certain extent a self-feeder, and though it is not ... Fig. d->2 shows a self-feeder to be built in the feed-box of each horse at the end ..."

2. Western Live-stock Management by Ermine Lawrence Potter, Carl N. Kennedy, George Roy Samson, Oran Milton Nelson (1917)
"self-feederS The self-feeder attempts to decrease the labor cost ... Small self-feeder for Hogs. attention need be paid to that feeder for several days. ..."

3. Western Live-stock Management by Ermine Lawrence Potter, Carl N. Kennedy, George Roy Samson, Oran Milton Nelson (1917)
"self-feederS The self-feeder attempts to decrease the labor cost ... Small self-feeder for Hogs. attention need be paid to that feeder for several days. ..."

4. Pork-production by William Wesley Smith, Robert Alexander Craig (1920)
"... easily accessible, and pure, that they are free from worms and lice, and that their sleeping quarters are clean and comfortable. The self-feeder. ..."

5. Pork-production by William Wesley Smith, Robert Alexander Craig (1920)
"... easily accessible, and pure, that they are free from worms and lice, and that their sleeping quarters are clean and comfortable. The self-feeder. ..."

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