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Devon based contractor Charlie Brown explains the decisions behind his expansion to a fleet of four Strautmann forage wagons.
The Coxes switched over to a Strautmann Verti-Mix 2401, with the optional extra of a conveyor belt which would enable feed to be dispensed from either the left or the right.
A switch to silaging with a Strautmann Zelon forage wagon instead of a forager and trailers, has been a cost effective option for this family dairy farm with savings on fuel costs, labour and time.
Another chance to read how a Strautmann Self-Propelled feeder boosts efficiency on this Dorset Farm
We are also doing everything possible to keep the company running smoothly and supporting farmers and contractors at this busy time of the farming year.
Worcestershire contractor has adapted his forage wagon machinery fleet to suit customers on multi-cut silage systems.
A Strautmann is perfectly suited to a multi-cut silage system - read how one contractor is kept busy through the summer months.
Magnon range of Forage Wagons due to replace the Terra-Vitesse from 2021 in UK.
OPICO Ltd is pleased to announce the appointment of R C Dalgliesh Limited to their Strautmann dealer network.
The new V conveyor has been simplified to reduce the number of moving parts to help extend belt longevity, therefore reudcing ownership costs.
OPICO has appointed Alex Smith as Maschio Service Manager and UK Technical Support to cover OPICO, HE-VA, SKY, Strautmann and Maschio brands in East Anglia, Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire.
Dorset contractor Craig Frampton harvests 2,200 hectares of grass each year using two Strautmann Giga-Vitesse CFS 3601 forage wagons.
What to look out for when buying a used Forage Wagon.
OPICO has appointed Dan Barnes as new UK Technical Support, to cover the South West, Central South of England and South and mid-Wales.
Find out more about how improved consistency of the TMR mix is seeing better herd fertility, as well as a better control of feed costs.
All new Strautmann forage wagons are now fitted with a galvanised chassis, new rear door load sensors and improved ISOBUS connectors to improve the longevity and reliability of machines.
A change in feeding regime has enabled one family business to make better use of co-products and improve margins on its beef finishing unit.
"The Strautmann might not be the cheapest option on the market but the quality of chop and the improved efficiency of the whole operation certainly pays off for us as contractors and our customers" James Vickery, Contractor.
OPICO Ltd is pleased to announce the appointment of Agriplus Limited to their Strautmann dealer network.