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EHOSS FORAGE PLATFORM

EHOSS Stand: 2-C 15
  • EHOSS FORAGE PLATFORM
  • EHOSS FORAGE PLATFORM
  • EHOSS FORAGE PLATFORM
EHOSS FORAGE PLATFORM EHOSS FORAGE PLATFORM EHOSS FORAGE PLATFORM

With the help of the platform equipment, the hay goes through the following stages of preparation:

  • raw hay in bales is loaded into the equipment and chopped into 7-12 cm pieces. (It is also possible to change the settings and choose the preferable length.)

  • the hay is cleaned from dust and other impurities with steam, and moistened. The moisture level can be adjusted individually.

  • harmful microorganisms, such as bacteria, viruses, mold, fungi, yeast, spores etc., are neutralized by a bactericidal lamp.

Platform helps with:

  • quality: reduces dust levels and amount of harmful microorganisms (mold, bacteria, etc.) due to steam treatment and bactericidal lamp.

  • moisture level control: during steam treatment, hay is saturated with moisture. The platform allows for adjustment of the moisture level depending on the condition of hay (a higher level of moisture saturation is could be set for excessively dry hay).

  • controlling how much hay is consumed and feeding regime (only for a single stall version): the daily portion of hay is loaded into the equipment. You can individually adjust the processing, weight, portion size and delivery time so they meet the needs of your horse.
  • irrational use: it is easier for horses to chew chopped hay and to take it from a feeder or net. If the stems are chopped they don’t clung to one another, so hay doesn’t wind up on the ground. The amount of hay that is wasted is significantly reduced and savings reach up to 20% of the total volume of the bale.

  • keeping cleaner: unprocessed hay can often be dusty and this dust can be spread around the stall as the horse pulls out a portion of hay from the feeder or net; unchopped hay does not fit well in the horses jaws, so it falls on the ground and pollutes the stall. 

  • optimising the work of the stable staff: the equipment replaces and complements the processes done by the Stud Hands. For example, the platform distributes hay saving up to 2 hours a day on splitting the bale.

  • hay quality and condition analysis: the platform collects data on processed hay. This makes it possible to analyse the initial condition of hay, how it has changed and what could potentially lead to it. 

  • indirect reduction of costs for veterinary treatment: the hay quality improves after steam and a bactericidal lamp treatment; use of chopped hay has a positive impact on the horse's digestive system.

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