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US1881065A
US1881065A US278943A US27894328A US1881065A US 1881065 A US1881065 A US 1881065A US 278943 A US278943 A US 278943A US 27894328 A US27894328 A US 27894328A US 1881065 A US1881065 A US 1881065A
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A01AGRICULTURE; FORESTRY; ANIMAL HUSBANDRY; HUNTING; TRAPPING; FISHING
    • A01KANIMAL HUSBANDRY; CARE OF BIRDS, FISHES, INSECTS; FISHING; REARING OR BREEDING ANIMALS, NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR; NEW BREEDS OF ANIMALS
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R. R. SHIRLEY v Oct. 4, 1932.
FEED MANGER Filed May 19, 1928 LI Illa ulllllllllll-F-Fl MMMMMM I NVENTOR a n/- 4, AT TYS particularly adapted for Patented Oct. 4, 1932 smms PATENT new: i
ROSWELL R. SHIRLEY, 01% nocmionn, ILLINOIS [Penn Mariam Application filed May 19, 1928. Serial No. 278,943.
' This invention relates to feed mangers use in'the feeding of horses and cattle.
One of the principal objectsof my invention is to provide a manger having the feed bucket quickly attachable. or detachable to and: from a pair of brackets on which the same is arranged to be tiltably mounted, it being evident that it is of considerable ad'- vantage to be able to'tilt the bucket for the purpose of quickly ridding the same of dirt,
sour feed, or refuse beforefresh grain is placed therein. The quickly attachable and detachable feature is not'onlyof advantage in permitting, the bucket to be removed easilyv forthorough cleaning and sterilizing, which becomes necessary every now and then, butalso in making it'ragmucheasier matter at the time of installing the mangers to fasten the'brackets to the wall, the brackets in some instances being shipped to the pure chaser beforehand along'witha template forthe' proper locatingof each bracket with respect to. its companion bracket, as, for example, where a building in which the mangers are to beinstalled is under construction anditis desired to'pour the concrete walls withbolts' in place to 'fasten the mangers. In other words, the detachability of the bucket fromthe brackets greatly facilitates installation by enabling the handling of the brackets separately and unencumbered by the bucket.
Still another object of the invention is to 'provide a feed manger practically devoid'of sharp edges and protruding parts, such as exposed bolts, which are highly objectionable in that the animals are always apt to bumpthemselves andbe cut or bruised there- 'With this thought in mind the manger bucket is built up without the use of rivets and has a frame reenforcing the rim there of which serves 'as a protecting apron not only for the raw fedgesof the sheet metal where the walls of the bucket are attached to the frame but also forthe pivotal connec'tions between tlie'bucket and its support:
' Figure 1 is a perspective View of a feed manger embodying my improvements;
F g. 2 is an enlarged side elevation with the angle iron frame cut away to disclose the nature of the detachable pivotal mounting of the manger bucket on the brackets;
Fig. 3 is a sectional detail on the line3-3 of CliTig. 2 looking in the direction indicated, an
Fig. 4 is an isolated perspective of one of the brackets, indicating how the same may be fastened to the wall separately for'the subsequent mounting of the manger bucket thereon,or may have, bolts removed therefrom to permit removal of the bucket.
The same reference numerals are applied to corresponding parts throughout the views.
My invention is illustrated herein as applied to a manger the bucket of which has of one'of the parts thereof with the brackets,
but may, as stated before,' be removed and replaced with ease and facility. The particular construction and resultant advantages of the manger bucket and its supporting brackets will now be described.
The front, back and bottom of the manger bucket are suitably formed from a single piece of sheet metal, designated by numeral 5 givingthe proper depth and width to the bucket as clearly appears in Fig. 2, the front and 'reared'ges 6 and 7 being bent outwardly for welding, soldering, or otherwisefastening the same to the inwardly directed horizontal flange 8 of an angle iron frame 9, which bounds and defines the rim of the bucket and provides the desired strength and rigidity therefor. In like manner, the side walls 1O have theirv upper edges bent outwardly, as indicated at 11, for attachment to the flange 8 of the frame 9., The latter is suitably made in one piece with the flange 8 notchedioutat 12 to permit bending of the vertical flange 13 at the corners of the frame; 2 The flange 13 beingdownwardlyv directed gives anapron efi'ect across the front, the sides-and the back of the bucket concealing the raw edges which would othere ,wise be exposed as a result of the bending out of the edges of the walls, at; .6, Tandjll, v .Thef flange l3,f besides giving protection 1o against possible injury tothe animalin the manner referred to, makes for neatne ss in p ar nce as Wlll'lOG evident by observ "ition of f-Furthermore, thistypeof V thev necessity for using rivetsand when the o asa' check'on' too rapid eating.
constructionis advantageous in that it avoids bucket is made up'as described and properly galvanized, it is absolutelyfwater-tight and practically indestructible; The cross bars indicated atv 14 are'p'rovided for the purpose of preventing the wasting of feed and to act 1 a A manger bucket built up along the. sturdy lines described weighsuupwardly of; ten
' pounds, depending on the size, and it is,
therefore, of advantage at the time of inv stallation if the bucket can bedetached from its supporting brackets so that the latter may b-evfastened inplace separately. The'detachability of the bucket is also advantageous in service as s it permits easy removal and replacement of the bu'cket for thoroughly cleaning andscouring the same. Accord- I ingly l have provided for detaching the ,bucket at itspivotal connections 15 with the supporting brackets 16. The studsv fonthe pivotsleare providedbyrivets which penetrate the flange 13 of the rim frame 9 and I the adj oiningside wall 10 of the bucket, the
headedends of the rivetsbeing neatly round edfSlO asnot to he objectionable. The brack- 1 ets 16 are. each made up-of an upright wall I piece17-and twoarms '18 and 19 reachingv outwardly therefrom and arranged to be an chored thereto. Thevvall-piece 17 is attached to. the walls of the'stall by heavy lag screws or bolts 20 depending on whether the wall is of wood or cement construction. The arm 18 is bolted orrivet'edtotheupper end ofpiece 17, as at 21, and extends outwardlyth'ere from: alongside the man'ger bucket beneath the rim frame 9th ereof. 'i-The outer endof thef armjis offset upwardly, as indicated, and J has a' slot :22" there'in 'opening. from the top 5'5 thereof-wherein thepivot stud '15 may beseated, as indicatedin Fig.2. ,The arm19,
. on the-other hand, has ac'oupler'23friveted on .the outer end, thereof, .as indicated at 24, which provides a pivotal connection with the arm18 at 25,suitab-ly by means of a rivet; The coupler receives the arm 18 in its. bifurcatiomasclearly indicated "in Fig. 4:, I and the extremities 26 of the coupler are ar-I ranged when the arm 19 isin one position to .permitthe free entry of the stud 15 into theg'slot-22, as shownin Fig. e, but when the bracket 16'holds the" arms 18 and 19 rigid in their normal; position but, upon removal clockwise direction the flange 13' at the front arm 19 is in another position, as shown Fig. 2, l the extremities 26, of the coupler 23 'lock the pivot stud 15' securely against exit from: the slot 22. When the arm 19 is in the latter position, a bolt 27 may be .inserted through openings 28'and 29 provided, respectively, in the Wall piece 17 and arm 19 to securethe parts together in the assembled relation. In other words, the bolt 27 for each thereof, the arm 19 may be swung to an open position, as indicated in Fig. 4, to permit the removal of the manger bucket. Obviously, the rim frame 9 neatly encloses the connections'between the bucket and its supporting brackets, (see Fig. '1), Nothing is, left projecting which could possibly result in injury to the animal.
When the manger bucketisin place on its supporting brackets it wi 11 beobserved that the flange 13 of the rim frame 9 at the back rests on top of the arms 18 so that thie bucket issupported .atthe back as wellas at the" front, the front supports being obviously provided at [the pivots 15. 1 The pivots 1'5 manifestly permit' the tilting of the bucket from the normal. position shown to an empty- .ingposition, and arelsuflicientlyj close to the front to, eliminate'the likelihood ofthe same being tilted by the animal' .Observing Fig. 2, it will be ob-viousthat when the bucket is swung about the pivot l5'as a center ina 1. A feed manger time like comprising i a bucket, the sameha'ving pivot studs on opposite sides thereof, supporting brackets therefor arranged to be disposed on opposite sides of said-bucketand-mounted on a wall,
said brackets having recessestherein to receive said studs for pivotally supporting said bucket, and fa' part on at least one of-said. brackets movable from-one positionin which the studs maybe enteredin or'removed from said recejs'ses'to a position ,inwhic are heldin place insaid recesses V 2. A feed manger or the like comprising posite sides thereof closeto the'front of the bucket, supporting brackets therefor arranged tobe disposed on opposite iside's of said bucket and, mounted on. wall said'lw h the studs a bucket, the same having pivot studs on'oponfeach bracket adjacent the slot therein and arranged to'be turned'from a position proectingover and closing: the ends of said slots to prevent removal of the bucket from the brackets but permitting pivotal movement of the bucketwith respect thereto, to another position uncovering the ends of said slots to permit the withdrawal of the pivot studs and hence the removal-of the bucket fromthe brackets.
3. A feed manger or thelike comprising a bucket having pivot studs thereon at opposite sidesthereof to afford tilting movement, and aframe for supporting said bucket comprising a pair of brackets for the opposite sides thereof, each ofrsaid brackets comprising a' supporting wall pieceia'rranged to be fined in position, an arm reaching outwardly from the Wall piece, the latter having a slot therein wherein thestud at one side of the bucket is arranged to be seated, and'a second outreaching arm pivoted at its outer end to the other arm having a part which in onepositionof said arm permits the'introduction or removalof the aforesaid stud through the open end of the slot and in another position of the arm confines thestud in said slot, the second arm being swingable with respect to the first arm from the one position to the other, and the second armhaving means for detachably securing the same at its inner end to thewall piece in its latter position.
t; A feed manger or the like comprising 'a bucket having pivot studs thereon at opposit-e sides thereof to afford tilting movement, and a frame for supporting saidbucket comprising a pair of brackets for the opp'c-' site sides thereof, each of said brackets comprising a pair of arms freaching outwardly from and arranged to be secured to a wall, one of said arms having a slot therein wherein the stud at one side of said bucket is arranged to be seated, the other arm being pivoted at its outer end to the first mentioned arm and having a part which in one position of said arms perm ts the intrcdr tion or removal of the aforesaid stud through the open end of the slot and in another posit] on of the arms confines the stud in said slot, the one a arm being swingable with respect to the other from the. one pOSIbi'OI'ltO the other, and the arms having means for fixing the inner ends thereof to the wall with the stud held in operative position. a
A feed manger or the like comprising a bucket formed of sheet metal having the rim thereof defined by an outwardly directed flange, and frame for reinforcing the rim of said bucket on all sides thereof, the same ,being formed of angle iron having the frame having its horizontal flange inwardly directed at least at the front and opposite sides of the bucket for attachment to the corresponding walls of the-latter and having the vertical flange thereof downwardly directed and giving an apron effect, and means within said frame between said vertical flange and the side wall of the bucket at opposite sides of said bucket whereby the same may be pivotally attached to apair of supporting brackets, the attachment being thereby enclosed by the downwardly directed vertical flange of the rim frame.
' 7. A feed manger or the like, comprising abucket, the same being arranged to be pivotally supported at opposite sides thereof, and a pair of separate brackets, said brackets being both arranged to be mounted on a wall detached from the bucket but in properly laterally spaced relation to one another to accommodate the bucket therebetween, and each of said brackets comprising a plurality of parts arranged to be bolted together in final assembled position, the bucket having port-ions at opposite sides thereof arranged to detachably interfit with portions of the brackets for pivotal support of the bucket thereon, the said bucket portions in the bolting together of the parts of the brackets in final assembled position being arranged to be pivotally secured to the brackets.
8. A feed manger or the like, comprising a bucket having pivot studs thereon at opposite'sides thereof, and means for supporting said bucket comprising pair of brackets for the opposite sides thereof, one of said brackets comprisin a pair of arms reaching outwardly from and arranged to be secured to a supporting wall, one of said arms having an open ended slot therein wherein the stud at one side of said bucket is arranged to be seated, the other arm being pivoted to the first arm by a bifurcated coupler portion arranged to reach across the open end of said slot to confine the stud therein, and means for securing the arms to the wall with the stud held in said slot. 7
9. A feed manger or the like comprising a bucket, the same having pivot studs on ppo= said bucket, the'studs providing two points of support nearthe one edge 'o f the bucket, and
the bucket resting at its other edge on the brackets, and apart on at least one of said brackets movable from one position in which held in place in said slots. 7
v 10. A feed manger or the like comprising ,a bucket having pivot studs thereon at op'poe- 1 site-sides thereof to afford tilting movement; and a pair of supports for saidbucke't at op-' posite sides thereof, each comprising a sub,
. struction comprising a body" formed of sheet stantially. horizontal arm reaching outwardly 7 from and arranged to be secured to a suitable supporting part, the said bucket resting on saidlarm with its pivot stud at the outer end thereof, the said arm having a recess 1n the outer endto receive the stud, and a second f arm for supporting the first armreaching outwardly fromthe'supporting part vdiago-f nally upwardly toward the outer end of said first arm to support the latter, said second arm serving to confine the'stud in the recess; 11'. A; feed manger as set-forth in claimlO whereinthe second arm has its outer endjpivwhereinthe secondarm has its outer end piv- I otally secured to thefirst arm adjacent the stud-receiving recess. provided in the first arm, and has a part reaching from the pivet across the recess ,to confine-the .stud therein,
the feed manger including in'each'of the pair of bucket supports awall piece to which the" inner endsof the two arms are bolted, thus permitting detaching of the inner end ofthe second arm for pivotal movement of said sec-,
ond arm relative to the'first arm for'detaching the bucket, and alsopermitting detaching of the firstza-rm whereby to permit fastening of the wallpiece to the wall diseonnected from the two arms. 7 7 V '13. Afeedmanger or the like comprising 7 a bucket having pivotstuds thereon at opposite sides thereof toafiordtilting movement, andapair'of supporting brackets for v the opposite sidesjof thebucket, each of said I brackets being made in three pieces'fastened i together 'detachably'to form a closed trian gular support for the bucket, the pivot studs on-the bucket being mounted on the brackets in such a manner that the brackets have to be opened topermit detaching the bucket therebucket, and means forsupporting'said bucket comprising a pair of bracketsat the opposite sidesthereof, one of-said brackets comprising from. Y
" l lflna feed mangerorthe' like, the com a pair of arms: reaching outwardly from and arranged to be secured to a supporting wall, one ofsaicl arms having an open ended slots therein for receptionof the studvatjthat side of the bucket, "the other arm beingpivoted to the first arm by its outerend portion arranged to fit within the channel ofthe rim of thebucket'with thefree end thereof reaching across the open end of said slot alongside the first arm to confinethestud thereimand means for'securing the arms to the wall with the stud'held in saidslot.
-15. An open receptacle of sheet metal conmetal having the rim thereof defined by an outwardly directed flange, and a frame "for reenforcing the rim of said receptacle, the same being'formed of angle iron and" superimposed on the rimiwith the horizontal flange thereof; inwardly directed and overlying-the outwardly directed flange of the'rim and attached thereto,- thefvertical flange of said frame being downwardly directed about the outside of the outwardly directed flange of the rim and serving to enclose and, conceal V the raw edges-thereof. otally secured to the first arm adJa-cent the studreceiving recess p'rovided in the'first 716. 1 4 feed manger or the like'comprisinga bucket, the same-having pivot studs on "op posite side's thereof spaced rearwardly from the front" of the bucket, supporting brackets therefor arranged to'be disposed on opposite sides of said bucket and mounted on a walhsaid brackets each comprising asubstantially horizontal arm reaching outwardly from and arranged to be secured to the wall, and a second arm for'supportingthe first arm reaching outwardlyfrom the wall diagonallv upwardly toward the outer end of said first arm to support the latter, one ofesaid arms-having arecess in'the outer end thereof to receive the pivot stud-and'the other arm being fastened at its'outer end to. said arm confining-the stud in the recess, the said bucket-utilizing its pivot studs as two points of suppOrt'nearthe front edge of thebucket and the bucket resting'at'its rear edge on the horizontal arms of the brackets said bucket being arranged to be swungforwardly rela tive to the brackets on the pivotstuds and having portions on thefront edge thereof arranged to come into engagement with the di-' agonal arms to 'limit'the movement of the bucket; f
In witness of theforegoing aifix jmy signature. i 1 v I ROSWELL R SI-IIRLEY.
'bination of a bucket having aninvertedcham. l 5 nel-shaped rim,ap ivot studsreaching crosswise of the channel at opposite sides of the
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US3924573A (en) * 1974-01-08 1975-12-09 Riverby Farms Inc Animal feeding device
US5117779A (en) * 1991-05-13 1992-06-02 Karow Terry A Vertical support mounted bird bath
US5855184A (en) * 1997-11-21 1999-01-05 Lixit Corporation Animal feeding device and support
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US20040149230A1 (en) * 2003-02-04 2004-08-05 Reusche Thomas K. Bird bath mounting assembly
US6895895B2 (en) * 2003-02-04 2005-05-24 Allied Precision Industries, Inc. Bird bath mounting assembly
US7681525B1 (en) * 2006-05-30 2010-03-23 Trulove Karen L Ergonomic angular-shaped horse-animal feeder
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US9380762B1 (en) * 2014-08-12 2016-07-05 Michael Galea Elevated bowl stand assembly
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