Out of Parlour Feeding

Out of parlour feeding systems offer a flexible method of feeding dairy cows with concentrates and supplements. With the 'little and often' feed principle, the system should increase the cow's milk production and condition. Individual rations allow easy targeting of high yielders.

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System Features

The system is available with either one or two feeders per stall and each stall is fitted with automatic identification technology. Cows are identified from their Allflex HDX ear tag and rations are dispensed as small, uniform portions to minimise unwanted feed and ‘leftovers’. Many of the features are farm set, keeping you firmly in control.

Up to 12 feed and 3 non-feed periods in any 24 hour cycle – all farm programmable and may be changed at any time
Easy set up – programming cow records and feed periods is simple and straightforward
Ration boost facility makes steaming up a simple and economic operation
Cows may have individual rations or each cow in a group may be given the same amount
Unconsumed feed averaging feature spreads the uneaten feed in one period evenly over all the remaining periods during the 24 hour cycle preventing ‘gorging’
Reports cows that have uneaten rations and automatically flags them for attention on the control
Zero running costs when compared to TMR
Feeder and Stallwork Features
Robust galvanised steel body with stainless steel feed pan
Stainless steel rivets and fixings used throughout
Single revolution auger with non-dribble plate
Feed pan ‘roll bar’ for feeder protection
Hot dipped galvanised anti-bullying stallwork
Rugged 12vDC feeder motor
Cowculator PC Software Additional Features
Feeding to yield and feeding based upon days in milk
Number of visits and average number of visits over user set period
Daily feed history including eaten and uneaten feed
Reviver Option Available
Uses the feeders and stallwork from old out of parlour feeding systems and connects to the ATL out of parlour feeding system
Standard out of parlour system, but does not include the feed stations, stall divisions or cross bars

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