Kverneland’s Siloking diet feeder range continues to expand and is now available with high-capacity, triple auger models.
The Triple 36 and Triple 40 vertical mixer models offer capacities of 36 and 40cu.m respectively. Measuring 3.26 metres (10ft 8in) tall and with multi-axle steering available on the triple axle versions, they have been designed to offer a high degree of manoeuvrability, allowing access to traditional buildings.
Wireless control, front cross conveyor, multiple rear discharge doors and heavy-duty tub magnets are available.
For the firm’s self-propelled Siloking line-up, models now meet Stage 4 emissions standards with four- and six-cylinder engines which have adopted selective catalytic reduction emissions technology.
This change is said to bring greater efficiency with fuel savings across the range, helping to lower operating costs.
The Prestige 1612 SCR model for example, now packs 150hp from its four-cylinder engine - 22hp more than its predecessor.
Feeding management is done via the machine’s Focus control box. With online, cloud-based connectivity, the system allows the user to access and adjust rations, then transfer data between the office computer and machine control box.
The system also allows collection of data from the feeder, including filling, discharging and operator information, and allows remote access to feeding data.