Bale Processors

Lloyd Ltd represents Teagle for bale-processing machinery.  Teagle has a wide range of product options to support a variety of versatile solutions.

Their product range is proven to save time and reduce straw usage by 25% and is focused on delivering a structured and absorbent bed designed for the comfort of your livestock by being able to:

  • Lightly shred & spread straw for productive loose housing.
  • Precision chop straw for cubicles, poultry sheds and farrowing arcs

Teagle has over 3o years’ experience of manufacturing the widest range of Bale Processors available on the market with applications ranging from pre-processing straw for feed to delivering clamp silage to a barrier. There is, therefore, a model to suit every requirement, each enjoying Teagle’s reputation for performance and reliability across applications.

 

Click to read the Teagle Bale Processor Brochure.

Learn more about the Teagle Tomahawk.

Self-Loading Cubicle Cleaner

Lloyd Ltd is the dealer for Cubi-Clean across the north of England and south of Scotland.

Designed to aid dairy farmers in the daily task of cleaning out cattle sheds, Cubi-Clean will sweep the cubicle clean, scrape the slats and also re-bed the cubicle all in one pass.

The machine has proven to save time and costs as it uses bedding material much more efficiently and effectively by producing an even spread.

Thanks to Cubi-Clean’s highly effective brushing and bedding, customers have found much lower somatic cell counts in their herd over manual methods.  Click here for more details.

For more information

Contact your local Lloyd Ltd branch to learn more about our bale processor range or to book a demo.

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