Hammer mills and pellet mills pellets.
Lawson Mills offer turn key pellet mills and hammer mills, bale grinders and other equipment for pelletizing grass and other farm products.
Our unique systems allow farmers the ability to produce high quality fuel, feed, bedding or fertilizer pellets with very little effort from their existing grass or straw bales and waste such as chicken or turkey litter.
Each one of our systems is designed with the operator in mind. We have various grinding options such as hammer mills, bale processors for different grass types and the equipment needed to produce the perfect burning pellet, such as moisture injection units built in for regulation of correct moisture levels and also an auxiliary hopper for blending in products like Gypsum, Zeolite, Kaolin, etc. into grass fuel pellets which can reduce the 'slagging' or 'clinkers' associated at times with such fuels or for blending in dry binding additives to help low lignin woody grass pelletize. These additives are also used in bedding materials for lowering the acidity levels.
Lawson Mills have extensive knowledge of pelleting straight cereal grasses and other grass types with or without mixed components - these mixtures and our many years of experience from both North America and Europe are key to our success and we will help our customers meet the new the EN 14961-6 standards for agro and mixed biopellets through our pellet mill lines.
Poultry litter pellets made in a 3mm size crumble - ideal for spreading on fields or bagging as a retail product.
Lawson Mills pellet mills can design a system that fits your litter pelleting needs.
Other manures such as horse, cattle, sheep etc can be made into a high value fertilizer.
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The Picture to the left is of 100% wheat straw bedding using our patented system the straw is put through a hammer mill and then pelletized to a soft bedding pellet that has a cracked surface to absorb moisture very quickly. When cereal straws are pelletized in this way they become 3 x more absorbent than ususal straw bedding and twice as absorbent as shavings or sawdust.
This is a typical Lawson Mills Round or square bale processing facility, from bales to pellets. This one 30 HP mill can produce around 1 tonne every 2 hours a second unit can be integrated for greater production. The set up can handle hay, alfalfa for feed application or cereal straws for fuel and bedding application.
Quality alfalfa pellets start with quality bales and quality processing equipment.
Lawson Mills works with you from the grinding to packaging of feed pellets whether large or small square bales or round bales. Bulk bag or small bag for retail sales we have the turn key solutions for your farm.
Ask any farmer investing in livestock today and they will tell you that the highest % of their costs are buying quality feeds and often the feed pellets they buy are not the best quality!
High quality pelleted feed is important to maximize the growth rate and feed efficiency of many types of livestock. From feed for fowl such as chickens and ducks to rabbits sheep goats and cattle and equine feeds our systems give the farmer control in what goes in and what size pellets are made.
From 2mm for fish feeds up to 14mm cube pellets - our systems can produce blended pellets of superb quality.
- Ingredient control - make sure your feeding the best quality ingredients with the protein, fat and nutrient levels your animals need.
- Fines free pelleting, one issue with commercially bought bulk feed is the fines - our systems eliminate this problem the pellet integrity when using our mills is second to none!
- Batch production - Our systems allow for small or large batches of feeds to be made at one time, saving you money on wasted or spoiled unused feeds
- Ease of use, our systems are easy to use and come with full training and set up
- Blend and go - our systems allow farmers the ability to add molasses, and liquid nutrients right into the feed
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Automatic Milking System Pellets.
AMS or Automated Milking Stations (or robot feeders) are fast becoming the choice of many large dairy farmers.
Flexibility in the work day, decreased labour and more milkings for high
producing cows are the biggest advantages of robotic milking.
One disadvantage is the cost of quality pellet feed - Our systems however allow the farmer the advantage to produce a custom feed to suit their AMS system that is much cheaper than buying pre-made pellets. Many reports show that creating custom high value feeds increases the amounts of milkings through AMS units.