Self-loading feeding systems
... side. The edge of the grain dispenser tilts all the way down so that loading from ground level is easy. Easy distribution of flour, crushed grain etc. Self-loading when needed: loading ...
... elevator in the bottom and discharging to both right and left side. Especially recommended for precision chopped silage and feeding stuffs made with feed mixers. The dispenser bucket can be filled like a normal bucket ...
... machines an invaluable help in the mechanical handling of various types of feed. The machine can be used for cutting and feeding clamped silage, maize, wet brewer’s grain, pulp, potato fibres, beetroots and concentrates. ...
... pushing it into the silage clamp while driving. Another option is to use the self-cutting and/or loading version of the Panda 1800, equipped with tined and or saw-edged loading flap.
Automatic feeding is ready for you More frequent feeding Feeding more frequently stimulates fodder ingestion, so it benefits animal health, fertility and production. Eating several ...
Feeding little portions several times a day is important for the calf in order to reach optimal growth rates. It supports also the development of the calf to become a healthy and productive dairy cow.
The spreader can tip, so that it can loadn independently Speed of the conveyor belt and the spreading disk are individual adjustable
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