Heavy Duty

Model 250

Model 250 Left-Hand Discharge

Model 340

Model 340 Left-Hand Discharge

Model 430

Model 430 Right-Hand Discharge

Standard Features

  • Extremely low horsepower usage
  • High density poly liner under auger and mixing spiral for long life and low friction (less fuel)
  • Gentle tumbling action mixes feed faster and better
  • Open spiral design for easy loading
  • Heavy steel construction for long life
  • Hydraulically adjustable discharge conveyor height
  • Sweep belting on the spiral to mix small grains
  • Low loading height; can be loaded with skid loader

Options

  • Right or left-hand discharge
  • Weigh-Tronix or Digi-Star 4-point scales on a swing-around mount
  • Wired or wireless remote displays
  • Wireless zeroing switch
  • New breakaway magnet, click here for a video
  • Bunk guards (tire protection)
  • Loader Bars (protects spiral)
  • 1000 or 540 RPM PTO
  • Stop, turn and tail lighting
  • Tire options (size and lug design)

Available stationary or mounted on a truck or trailer

Feature Model 250
180 Bu. Mixing Capacity
6' x 0'
254 Cubic Feet
Model 340
230 Bu. Mixing Capacity
6' x 12'
340 Cubic Feet
Model 430
300 Bu. Mixing Capacity
6' x 15'
424 Cubic Feet
Loading Height on Trailer 6' 2" 7' 8" * 8' *
Overall height 7' 9" 8' 2" 8' 2"
Reel Size 5' 10" x 9' 5' 10" x 12' 5' 10" x 15'
Empty Weight 5,900 6,700 8,100
Overall length 14' 1" 18' 3" 21' 5"
Overall width tire to tire 7' 10" 7' 10" 8' 4"
Overall width with 5’ elevator 9' 3" 9' 3" 9' 8"

Specifications and features are subject to change
* We have revised the way we measure loading height. In the past this was the height of the lower side of the mixer. We no longer advise loading on this side for two reasons. If wet hay or CRP is added too quickly to this side of the machine the hay can wedge between the reel and the mixer slugging the machine. If the drive belt is aggressively tightened and the PTO repeatedly bumped to work the slug through, the machine may bend under this load. The other reason we do not advise loading this side is that the reel is turning into the bucket of the loader. Contact between the reel and the bucket could cause great damage. Loading from the other (taller) side, the reel is turning away from the bucket and the likelihood of damage if the bucket contacts the reel is reduced. Also wet hay has a chance to break apart before being caught between the reel and the wall of the mixer.

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