The most cost effective way of creating a feed system. A single feed rail is usually mounted onto existing RSJ’s by U bolts. This can be evolved into using a feed rail with an anti-jump rail above it (see photo) to prevent beef cattle jumping out.
The other option is to mount the rail via a collar bracket. The feed rail slides inside a collar which is ‘pinched’ onto the RSJ’s via lindapters – this allows infinite adjustment of the feed rail. The other advantage with the collar system is that you can extend the collars – pushing the feed rail further away from the RSJ. This gives the animal’s greater reach whilst feeding and reduces sores created from neck rubbing/pressure.