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New Roto-Mix VX Series Single Auger Mixers Available This Summer

August 27, 2013
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The three models to choose from provide capacities in 300, 400 and 500 cubic feet respectively and are all under 100" in height.  

The efficient, durable feed mixer helps deliver a high-quality TMR at an affordable price.

Source: Roto-Mix

The new VX Series Single Auger Vertical Mixers by Roto-Mix, offer the small- to medium-sized dairy, cow/calf, stocker and heifer operations an efficient, durable feed mixer that delivers a high-quality TMR at an affordable price. Three models to choose from, the VX-315, VX-415 and VX-515 provide capacities in 300, 400 and 500 cubic feet respectively and are all under 100 inches in height.

This low-profile mixer series enables nearly all types of loaders, even skid steers, to load feed without clearance concerns. The low loading height and very stable, low center of gravity make this vertical mixer one of the most versatile available. Your choice of right or left side discharge is a standard along with a side bolt-on conveyor option to allow for easy bunk feeding.

A flow regulator plate enables the operator to optimize the flow of feed inside the mixer. The single auger is powered by a reliable, low maintenance pto driven, planetary gearbox. Options include a hay chain ring that reduces spillage of larger loads, round and square bales. Knife options are available for processing hay and other rations. For feeders who want more capacity, Roto-Mix offers rubber extenders to add those crucial extra cubic feet. Dual truck tires on the trailer are also offered as an option for mud and snow.

Available this summer, dealers are currently taking orders.

For more information on this new product and the entire Roto-Mix line of vertical and rotary feed mixers, contact us. 620-225-1142

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