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Control of feed intake by cows is one of the most important aspects of profitability on dairy farms today. DC Engineering offer a first class range of feeding equipment from individual in-parlour feeders to computerised out of parlour feeding along with all the necessary transport auger systems and bulk storage bins.
Obviously the right place to store your cake nuts! With DeLaval's long established links with EB Manufacturing, and their sole distributor agreement for the dairy industry, DC Engineering can now offer these well constructed bins at an excellent price. Bulk feed hoppers are available in a range of sizes and shapes, an constructed of galvanized steel or fibreglass.
The centre-less auger system for supplying cake nuts from the bulk bin to in and out of parlour feeding systems. Superbly made for DeLaval by EB Manufacturing, DC Engineering now offer you this well proven auger system, which allows a great deal of flexibility while still maintaining the quality from bin to feed manger. With its gentle action and wide sweeping corners, damage and dust is kept to a minimum, as are service and breakdowns.
The squirrel in parlour feeder is a unique design which makes it one of the lowest profile and smallest sized feeder on the market. The squirrel in parlour feeder is electrically driven and can be controlled by a variety of systems to suit your parlour application, including the DeLaval Alpro System.
We can also supply feed bins and auger systems from a number of other manufacturers, including Collinson, Sowesco, Roxell, Chore Time and Daltec.
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