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TRIOMATIC automatic feeding systems Trioliet. Invents for you.

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THE WIDEST CHOICE OF AUTOMATIC FEEDING SYSTEMS As a specialist in feeding technology, Trioliet has the most extensive range of feed mixers, self-propelled mixer feeders, stationary mixers and automatic feeding systems. We have the appropriate solution for every livestock farmer and every business situation anywhere in the world. Trioliet offers the widest choice of automatic feeding systems. At least twelve combinations are possible thanks four different feed kitchens and three different feeding robots. Furthermore, the Triomatic automatic feeding system is costeffective from 50 head of...

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THE MOST IMPORTANT ADVANTAGES Automation is becoming increasingly important in modern dairy farms for producing milk efficiently and profitably, while for beef farmers, it is important to achieve the highest possible weight gain. However, automatic feeding is a major step for many livestock farmers. It is therefore good to know what an automatic feeding system actually delivers. THE MOST IMPORTANT ADVANTAGES ARE: - More frequent feeding prevents ruminal acidosis and related health problems - More frequent and targeted feeding leads to higher milk production and higher fertility - The...

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Research shows that poorly mixed rations and excessive starch intake are the main causes of ruminal acidosis. But it can also be a result of large and irregular amounts of feed. Feeding smaller amounts more often results in much more consistent feed intake and therefore less chance of ruminal acidosis Twelve equal meals per day are ideal for dairy cows and three to five per day for beef cattle. Ruminal acidosis is a common problem with dairy cows. It causes reduced rumination activity, diarrhoea, lower feed intake and lower milk yields. Excessively low rumen pH leads to decomposition of...

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It was quickly clear that the Mulder family would choose automatic feeding. “The saving in labour that it delivers is huge. Before, it took me 2h hours a day to feed 125 cows and their calves. Now, with 170 dairy cows, it takes me less than three hours a week to fill the feed kitchen. That saves me 14 hours each week,”says Nik Mulder. Choosing the Triomatic feeding system was not a decision to be made overnight. Father and son compared a range of automatic feeding systems from various suppliers, A number of features proved decisive for the selection of the Triomatic T30. Nik Mulder: “The...

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I USE THE TIME SAVED FOR MANAGEMENT TASKS Nik Mulder | Dairy farmer we can feed between 500 and 700 head with one Triomatic robot, and that way we can save a considerable amount of time. Overall, with this system we are well prepared for the future.” The Triomatic automatic feeding system has been running since 2015 in the Mulder family’s barn in Wijhe. They have the Triomatic T30 feed kitchen in combination with the Triomatic WP 2 300 wheeled robot. The family is very happy with the new system. “Everything works as it should. The cows are healthy and happy, and you can see that from the...

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Scientific research has shown that dairy cows, beef cattle and TRIOMATIC DELIVERS BOTH VERTICAL AND HORIZONTAL MIXING goats all have a very strict biological clock, which is why it In addition to a balanced ration, the quality of the mixing is important to feed livestock at fixed times. The ration also is very important. Triomatic feed robots have a specially needs to be consistent and must have the same composition shaped chamber in which the feed is mixed both vertically every day and every feed. Once you have sat down with your and horizontally according to the ‘Dual Flow’principle. feed...

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INVESTMENT IN STAFF OR IN AUTOMATION? At present, feeding can take around an hour and a half every day, and salaries are not getting any cheaper. By contrast, an automated feeding system can reduce the time spent on this task to 15 to 30 minutes per day. At the same time, the costs of investment are spread over the lifetime of the system. When you realise that the earliest Triomatic feeding system has already been running for more than twelve years, it doesn’t take long to put two and two together. The feeding robot does exactly what you ask it to do and is always ready for you, 24 hours a...

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SAVE MONEY WITH AUTOMATIC FEEDING If you take a closer look at automatic feeding you will see that there are many benefits beyond just the savings in labour. Research among Triomatic users has shown that the cost savings can also be considerable. The savings come mainly from improved feed utilisation, higher milk production with better content, greater feed efficiency, less work and lower energy costs. THE TRIOMATIC'S ENERGY CONSUMPTION IS APPROXIMATELY 10 KWH PER DAY PER 100 HEAD, WHICH IS LESS THAN € 2 PER DAY

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CUSTOMER CASE STUDY FEEDING ALWAYS GOES AHEAD, WHATEVER THE CIRCUMSTANCES Berthold and Nina Altemeyer from Salzbergen in Germany MORE ACCURATE THAN A MIXER WAGON have a beef cattle farm with 360 animals, which they feed The balanced rations are pre-programmed and are fed using a Triomatic T30 automatic feeding system with a accurately to the animals, exactly as the feed advisor wheeled robot. When asked why they opted for automatic intended. Berthold: “With the mixer wagon, things were feeding, Nina does not hesitate to answer: “Certainty!” For different. It was a lot less accurate; we did...

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THE TRIOMATIC SYSTEM IS AN EXTRA PAIR OF HANDS ON THE FARM Berthold and Nina Altemeyer on their Triomatic automatic feeding system LESS HIERARCHY AMONG THE ANIMALS “We also see an enormous difference in our animals’ behaviour,” adds Nina. “Before, they were really skittish, but now the children can even cycle through the barn and the animals will remain calm. That used to be absolutely unimaginable.” “It’s a nice, complete system”, continues Berthold. “There is no work involved, apart from filling the feed storage units, of course. The storage area stays neat and tidy and doesn’t require...

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