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Post  Lizlo_FL 3/28/2023, 5:52 pm

I have been doing SFG for a long time. I was teaching a newbee the basics of SFG and she went to Rural King and bought a cattle bunk feeder for her raised garden bed. It is 10'x34"; depth not sure but at least 9" and it does have drain holes. I am wondering if anyone has ever used this type of bed. I don't think it's designed for a lot of weight. I am about to setup a new 8x3x12" metal bed that might have to be moved some day. I was thinking this bed would be easy to move if I ever needed to. I have always had wood boxes and am going to try the metal so I don't have to replace bed every 3-4 years.
https://www.ruralking.com/tarter-1-pc-economy-bunk-feeder-10-1peb10
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Post  OhioGardener 3/28/2023, 6:20 pm

Not sure that poly liner would be a good choice for a raised bed garden, nor am I sure it would support the weight of the moist soil. For the cost of it, though, I'd much prefer a metal raised bed that sits on the ground such as the ones I bought years ago (Metal Garden Bed) which has the same sq ft surface, and is less expensive (including free shipping). 

Rural King does, though, sell some nice galvanized raised beds that are cost effective and very durable.

https://www.ruralking.com/catalog/product/view/id/105832

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Post  Lizlo_FL 3/28/2023, 6:27 pm

I bought this King Bird 8x3x12". Haven't assembled yet. That Tater 8' model looks awesome but double the $$$
https://www.walmart.com/ip/KING-BIRD-Raised-Garden-Bed-101-x-36-x-12-4-Installation-Methods-Planter-Kit-Box-Dark-Grey/971704111
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