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Feb 4, 2020

Hammer Mills vs. Roller Mills: What's Better for Your Business

When supplying feed to your livestock, you’ll need to choose between two types of feed mills: hammer mills and roller mills. Both types of milling come with their fair share of pros and cons and making the right decision for your business all depends on the types of animals you’re raising.
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Feb 4, 2020

Feed Mill Design & Construction: Top Things to Consider

When building or designing a new feed mill, there are plenty of different factors to consider. No two facilities are exactly alike. You’ll need to adjust your plans based on the size of your facility, what you’re trying to achieve, and what kinds of animals you’re looking to raise, all the while maintaining the health and safety of your employees.
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Jan 7, 2020

How to Improve Energy Efficiency in the Milling Process

Feed mills tend to produce thousands of pounds of animal feed every day, if not every hour. Powerful hammer and roller mills crush flour, wheat, and other grains to create animal feed, consuming large volumes of energy in the process.
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Jan 7, 2020

Creating the Right Sized Particles for Your Animal Feed

Getting animal feed particles down to the right size is an important part of the feed milling industry. If your particles are too large, too small, or irregular in size and shape, your operations will suffer as a result. Different species of animals have different digestive systems. To maximize your output, whether it’s milk, meat or eggs, it’s important to feed your animals the right sized particles, so their digestive systems can process this food properly.
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Jun 8, 2013

A Passion For Safety

Memories can change our lives. They can warm our hearts and teach us valuable lessons. In the case of Steve Halverson, one memory in particular, is helping him teach an important lesson to others about safety.
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