Mix Quality

How do I get the best mix quality? What should I think about when loading and mixing rations? Read various articles by (hands-on) experts with their tips and stories here.  

Dairy farmers are generally very concerned about balanced rations, as without the right nutritional elements, cows develop health issues and their performance goes down. That means higher costs and lower returns. Therefore, it's vital that the cows consume all feed components in the correct proportions. This is only possible if the feed is mixed well. Otherwise the cows will only eat the tastiest parts, ignoring the most important components. So, good mixing quality is extremely important for all (dairy) cattle farmers. 

Free diecast model

With the purchase of a Solomix diet feeder in the UK and Ireland you receive a diecast Solomix triple auger 46 cu.m. with metal mixing chamber, value €75,-/₤70. This diecast is accurately detailed and…

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Every bite is the same

TMR feeding in practice. You can apply the compact feeding principle in different ways. Find out here how this dairy farmer is benefiting from his own method of compact TMR feeding.

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More stability across the entire herd

TMR feeding in practice. You can apply the compact feeding principle in different ways. Find out here how this dairy farmer is benefiting from his own method of compact TMR feeding.

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Compact feeding to prevent selection behaviour by cows

Dairy farmers are constantly looking for ways to prevent feed selection, improve animal health and increase production. Compact feeding seems to offer a solution in efforts to prevent selection. But…

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Dual Flow mixing

Thanks to the innovative design of the Trioliet mixer feeders with 2 or 3 augers, the feed is being mixed in two directions; vertically and horizontally. The feed is pushed up (vertical) due to the…

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"Sometimes I think: I should have done it sooner"

Pieter Delisse is a dairy farmer in The Netherlands. He has 270 dairy cows and uses his seven-year-old Solomix mixer wagon to collect a dairy production of 11,700 litres of milk per cow per year, with…

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