John Deere 3100 41 kW/55 HP – 11,8 l/h Same Aster 60 VDT 44 kW/60 HP – 12,4 l/h Same Dorado 70 52kW/65 HP – 14,9 l/h Same Silver 80 VDT 59 kW/75 HP – 17,9 l/h Deutz-Fahr Agroton 90 MK3 65 kW/ 88 HP – 19,9 l/h Massey Ferguson 4355 74 kW/100 HP – 20,7 l/h Same Antares 110 VDT 81kW/110 HP – 22,9 l/h [Fonte: DLG Test] CONSUMPTION TRACTOR SIZE
11 m³ SABRE 2 AUGERS 1 TMR = 35 min Power need = 60 HP 1 TMR = 7.23 l 365 TMR/year x 7.23 = 2.638,95 365 TMR/year x 7.23 = 2.638,95 SABRE VS VERTICAL MIXER Fuel Savings: Δ 985,50 1 year Δ 4.927,50 5 years 11 m³ VERTICAL 1 TMR = 40 min Power need = 65 HP 1 TMR = 9.93 365 TMR/year x 9.93 = 3.624,45
11 m³ KING 2 + 2 AUGERS 1 TMR = 25 min Power need = 55 HP 1 TMR = 4.91 l 365 TMR/year x 4.91 = 1.792.15 365 TMR/year x 4.91 = 1.792.15 KING VS VERTICAL MIXER Fuel Savings: Δ 1.832,30 1 year Δ 9.161,50 5 years 11 m³ VERTICAL 1 TMR = 40 min Power need = 60 HP 1 TMR = 9.93 365 TMR/year x 9.93 = 3.624,45
11 m³ KING 2 + 2 AUGERS 1 TMR = 25 min Power need = 55 HP 1 TMR = 4.91 l 365 TMR/year x 4.91 = 1.792.15 365 TMR/year x 4.91 = 1.792.15 KING VS SABRE Fuel Savings: Δ 846,8 1 year Δ 4.234,00 5 years 11 m³ SABRE 2 AUGERS 1 TMR = 35 min Power need = 65 HP 1 TMR = 7.23 365 TMR/year x 7.23 = 2.638,95
The theoretical assumption on which this device is based is that the animal, when eating a food mixture prepared in the correct way, takes an optimal sample of its rations in each mouthful, containing all the dietiary ingredients in their correct ratio. The term unifeed identifies a preparation technique for rations based on shredding and mixing the different diet ingredients with the help of a suitable device: THE FEED-MIXER WHAT IS THE T.M.R?
In comparison with the traditional type of feeding, which does not allow for mixing forage and concentrates, the use of the unifeed shredder-mixer allows a series of advantages for feeding and management: it reduces the animals ability to select the more appetising foods in its diet, so that their consumption is diluted over the entire day. it stimulates an increase in the consumption of drystuff; it guarantees more uniform and constant conditions in the rumen, and so avoids marked peaks in fermentation, with consequent falls in pH; it reduces the risk of metabolic disorders; it allows foods which are less appetising to be used; it reduces the time needed, and simplifies the operation, of distributing food. In the last analysis, this means a state of improved wellbeing for the animal, with a consequent improvement in its production. VANTAGE OF T.M.R
PRODUCTION - More constant lactation curve - Higher milk production per head - Higher milk fat content FEEDING TECHNIQUE - Perfect recipe preparation - Broader range of products which can be used - The animal cannot choose single components - Waste reduced NUTRITION - Constant rumen pH - Better dry matter intake - Better use of nutritional principles HEALTH ASPECTS - Reduced mastits - Reduced feet infections - Reduced bad metabolism BEHAVIOUR - Reduced competition in the trough - Quieter animals ORGANISATION - Daily food distribution - Flexibility in diary management - Reduced labour costs - Better animal control - Lighter work BREEDING STRUCTURE - Better flexibility in partition of functional areas -Easier structures
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