HAMI JF-5D Fodder Cutter (also known as Chaff Cutter, Chara Cutter, Silage Machine, Toka Machine and Hammer Mill) have high resistance and durability and, besides that, they have an excellent productivity. They combine quality, strength, endurance and accuracy in the processing of several crops. Ideal for farmers who need to feed their livestock in a daily basis, HAMI JF Fodder Cutters are indicated for animal fodder production, such as cattle and poultry among others.
Its powerful and quick rotor has high resistant hammers and knives that grind grains and maize cobs for producing concentrade ration besides cutting grass, sugar cane and roots for green fodder preparation.
- Grind dry corn grain and cobs
- Chop sugar cane
- Tropical grasses
- Fine branches and other green products with superior quality.
Fodder Processors with productive capacity according to the technical specifications table of this document, equipped with knives and hammers built in special and hardened steel, complete rotor in carbon steel, moving hammers with 4 working lifes, adjustable counter-knife built in special steel, sieves of 0,8mm, 3mm, 5mm and flat bottom for special usage in maize grain, maize cobs and green products in general (forage), optional cyclones, bases for driving by electric motors, diesel/gasoline, 3-point likage/ tractor PTO. In order to know versions and accessories available as well as required power for each model, please check the technical specifications table.
- Double function in one single equipment: chop green forage and grind grains
- Higher durability and resistance
- Full usage of ground material resulting in higher production performance
- Easy operation and low maintenance
- Optional cyclone that make easy ground material bagging
- Available with base for driving with electric motor, diesel /gasoline and tractor PTO.
Following are Included with Product
- Base for Electric Motor
- Base for Diesel Engine
¹The motors, cyclones, sieves and engines are optional and sold separately.
²Productivity might vary and depend on factors like: tractor, motor or engine power, labor availability, type and quality of forage. The grain size/productivity are directly linked to the grain moisture content.