The proven Abbey Mixer/feeder range are now well recognised for their many distinctive characteristics; superior mixing qualities, even distribution, strength and reliability. They are a popular choice of many leading farms and farming institutions in Ireland and other European countries.
The Abbey Paddle mixing action concentrates on the use of individually angled paddle arms connected to a single rotor, rotating and moving the feed material gently forward and backwards, lifting the feed material around the machine, within minutes this action creates a light fluffy ration. This unique design ensures that even the smallest ingredients is uniformly distributed throughout while maintaining low HP requirements.
To discharge the feed from the Abbey paddle feeder, the operator just has to open the large hydraulically operated guillotine door at the side of the diet feeder, situated on the right side of the machine for ease to use with the hydraulic controls in the tractor the use of a wide discharge door allows one to feed out the ration accurately and consistently.
Abbey can tailor make the discharge height to suit your own individual requirements. With the different options, Abbey provides in discharge elevators either a slat and chain or PVC belt the feed can be delivered over feed barriers of different heights.
The Construction of the Abbey Paddle feeder has no rival in strength or design. It is built with a double chassis and this ensures even weight distribution, greater stability and extra strength to the overall built of the paddle feeder.
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