Muska 4000 grain crimper

The Murska 4000 is the worlds biggest grain crimper with an output of 80 to 100 tonnes / hour. See the Murska 4000 in operation.

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Cold, dry spring calls for extra care with first cut silage

Grassland farmers have been advised that it’s particularly important to analyse their grass before taking first cut silage this year....

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SilaPactor – A Cut Above the rest for silage clamp compaction

Thanks to ACA Contracting (A Cut Above) in South Africa for sharing this video of one of the two, 3m...

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Optimising home-grown feeds: better for your pocket and the planet

The last 12 months have been like no other in our lifetime. The whole world has been affected by the...

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High DM forage and home-grown crimp lift milk solids and margins

A Strong emphasis on crimped cereals and high dry matter forage on a Cumbrian farm has helped produce a Holstein...

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Making a proper job of silage in Devon

Good health, fertility and longevity in the suckler herd and high growth rates in youngstock are attributed to high quality...

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Cutting risk in cereal and forage on LFA farm

Cutting risk in cereal and forage on LFA farm Using preservatives for cereals and forages on a Scottish farm has...

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