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Justin Riebeling

Millstadt, Illinois
Age 12

Speed Grain Cart

Spencer Whale, invented KidKare hospital equpment
 

Speed Grain Cart

Justin grew up on a farm in Illinois. He had many chores and one of them was to feed the herd of Black Angus cattle. Justin had to make many trips lugging heavy buckets of feed from the grain bin to the feed trough. Justin invented a way to make this task easier. He modified a metal wagon to hold 25 gallons of feed. He added a remotely controlled chute that dispenses grain directly into the trough while the cart is moving.

 

   
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