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Pellet Mills For Farms
Our Pellet Mill systems are not only affordable, they’re also long-lasting. Many operators see a return on their investment very quickly, please fill out the contact form for more information.
ELF has extensive knowledge of pelleting straight cereal grasses and other grass types with or without mixed components. Also we have a lot of experience with seed cleaning (screenings) waste as feed. These mixtures and our many years of experience from both North America and Europe are critical to our success.
Poultry litter pellets made in a 3-mm size crumble are ideal for spreading on fields or bagging as a retail product. Other manures such as horse, cattle, sheep, etc. can be made into high-value fertilizer for you your litter pelleting needs. Learn more about Fertilizer Pellets here.
You can put 100% wheat-straw bedding through our patented system. First, the straw is put through a hammer mill and then pelletized to a soft bedding pellet that has a cracked surface to absorb moisture very quickly. When cereal straws are pelletized in this way, they are 3 x more absorbent than standard straw bedding and twice as absorbent as shavings or sawdust.
Create your own premium blended feed pellets, alfalfa pellets, hay pellets. Pro-biotics and pre-biotics can be added because our system does not depend on steam for pelleting.
Ask any farmer investing in livestock today, and they will tell you that the bulk of their costs are buying quality feeds. Often the feed pellets they buy are not the best quality.
High-quality pelleted feed is important to maximize the growth rate and feed efficiency of many types of livestock. From feed for fowl such as chickens and ducks to feed for rabbits, sheep, goats, cattle, and equines, our compact systems give you control over what goes into the pellets and what size pellets are made.
Automatic Milking System (AMS) Pellets
AMSs (or robot feeders) are fast becoming the choice of many large dairy farmers. Flexibility in the workday, decreased labor, and more frequent milking for high-producing cows are the most prominent advantages of robotic milking. One disadvantage is the cost of quality pellet feed. Our systems give you the advantage of producing a custom feed to suit your AMS system that is much cheaper than buying pre-made pellets. Many reports show that creating custom, high-value feeds increases the amounts of milkings through AMS units.