Les dérouleuses Hustler se déclinent en deux gammes : la gamme UNROLLA pour la dérouleuses à tapis de chaîne et la gamme CHAINLESS pour les dérouleuses sans chaîne (avec des rotors démêleurs). Chaque gamme se décline ensuite en différents modèles : portés, traînés et stationnaire (à poste fixe). N’hésitez pas à nous contacter pour davantages d’informations, nos équipes sont toujours ravis de répondre à vos questions éventuelles.
Hustler Equipment does more than bring you farming machinery and bale feeders in NZ. We bring you the most innovative farming equipment solutions on the market, allowing you to spend less time performing essential tasks every day. We are one of the most trusted suppliers of bale feeders in New Zealand not just because of the extremely high quality of the products we offer, but because of the convenience these bale feeders bring to cattle farmers all over the country.
Our game-changing products offer a range of benefits, and Hustler Equipment continues to innovate in this space. So, if you’re in the market to buy bale feeders in NZ and you’re not sure where to start, be sure to stick around.
More farmers choose Hustler for their bale feeders than any other brand because it’s the most efficient and versatile option available. You can put out more varieties of bales and feed from our feeders and wagons than any other machine on the market.
Every machine has also been designed to be more efficient, saving you money and resources by reducing feed waste. You’ll get more feeding done in less time, allowing you to utilise your resources to the best of your ability.
And, thanks to our machines using fewer moving parts, you won’t need to perform the same level of upkeep on our machines as you might for other equipment on the market. Hustler Equipment designs all feeders with a unique chassis design that protects important internal components from outside forces, and with innovative features that make it simpler to operate. You can see our feeders in action on videos right here on our website, or you can even arrange a demo to see one working in real life.
Simply head over to the “Book a Demo” section on our website, fill in the forms, and we’ll be in touch to arrange a time, date, and location for you to see how our feeders work.
Beef, sheep, and dairy farmers all over New Zealand trust us to deliver the best quality machinery – and you can hear directly from them about how our brand has turned their operations around. Our video testimonials on our site show you how our bale feeders help people reduce waste and more efficiently manage farms all over the country.
We also provide informative feeding guides on our site, which show you the 23 most common problems people face when feeding cattle, and how our machines help you overcome those problems.
Find a farm machinery dealer near you. Some of our popular locations include Tasmania, WA and other locations across Australia.
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Most of the savings are achieved by a reduction in the amount of bale which is wasted.
Feed wastage can be caused by various factors:
1) The bale is not teased apart enough making it harder for stock to eat.
2) Animals laying or trampling on fodder.
3) Unfinished bales inside ring feeders due to poor ground conditions, not allowing animals to reach the leftover bale.
4) Stock rejecting feed because of dirt, mud or other contaminants.
Savings can be made by feeding the right amount of the bale and retaining the rest for the next feed. By feeding over a larger area compare to a ring feeder, there is less competition between the animals.
Typical savings achieved by using a Hustler Chainless bale feeder are between 15-40%, depending on your existing feeding system (chain feeders typically save 10-35%).