Milk Taxi 035
One of the important tasks on the farm involved in the production of milk is feeding calves. Suitable rearing of calves is very important, because of this depends on the health and productivity of dairy cows. Practice shows that heifers fed with milk loaded bacteria during the first lactation are more prone to mastitis. The solution to this problem is the pasteurization of milk fed to calves.
Pasteurization is a heat treatment of milk for a certain period of time. For an average farm pasteurization at 64 ° C over 30 minutes is enough. This process destroys 99.5% of pathogenic bacteria, and helps keep essential nutrients . In order to facilitate and reduce the time spent on this activity Margo has produced Milk Taxi. This device is used for the preparation and transport of milk or milk-replacement product for feeding calves. It is a tank made of stainless steel on wheels.
This device is designed with attention to comfort and health for its users:
- Thanks to mounted wheels there is no problem with carrying heavy buckets that can cause back
- The front turning wheels make it easy to control the device without the use of
- Mixer ensures uniform mixing and an installed electrical heater warms up the milk
- Thanks to the electronic flowmeter installed with the dispenser it is possible to precisely impose a given portion.
- The unit also maintains the right milk temperature , which prevents the occurrence of diarrhea and digestive problems for calves
- Milk Taxi significantly reduces the time spent on feeding calves
- Thanks to pasteurization, served milk is healthier and free of pathogenic bacteria
- Long milk hose makes it easier to attend remot places
- Battery and a charger make it possible to dispense milk to calves in terrain.
Milk Taxi Available Capacities 100L , 150L , 200L , 250L , 300L
Another useful product is a dairy farm tank used to transport milk. This tank allows the transport of milk from pasture to milk cooling tank. It is used in those farms where the cows graze on pastures far away from the barn, where there is a need to transport milk to the farm.