DeltaFeeder – the compact anti-spill feed dispenser

The DeltaFeeder is a high-quality feed doser made of high-quality industrial polyester and is easy to assemble in the milking parlour. The drop tube can be made of all kinds of materials and in different widths. The specially designed feed outlet is easy to cut to the right size for the drop tube. The DeltaFeeder container can hold 15 kg of chunks. The DeltaFeeder does not require any service, in the event of a malfunction this feed doser is very easy to reach for the technicians. The DeltaFeeder has a low energy consumption.

Feeding the cow during milking ensures a peak concentration of the oxytocin hormone, which makes the cow let go of milk more easily and quickly, so milking will take less time. With the DeltaFeeder, the feed is distributed during milking, so that all cows are busy during the entire milking time, resulting in relaxed cows during milking and in many cases higher milk production.

Key Benefits of the DeltaFeeder:

  • Antispill
  • Easy to mount
  • Compatibility with all systems
  • Dispenses small portions (50 grams) during milking
  • Low energy consumption
  • Economical investment
  • Low maintenance costs
  • Improved cow relaxation
  • Potential for higher milk production

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