M.R. Dean Ltd

5 products found

Products

  • Feeding

  • Dump Box Rotary Feeder

    Dump Box Rotary Feeder

    The Dump Box Feeder uses a 'dump' principle to deliver rations at high speed to the centre of mangers fitted to rotary parlours. A large bin is provide for concentrate storage. An electric auger system is recommeded to deliver concentrate to the bin during milking. Twin electric feeders fill a dump box and optical sensors detect the correct position for the ration to be 'dumped' into the centre of the manger. At this precise moment, the diaphragm...

  • Herringbone Feeding System

    Herringbone Feeding System

    Little things mean a lot...Especially when it comes to choosing a feeding system that is going to serve faithfully and reliably, day in, day out.

  • Out-of-Parlour Feeding System

    Out-of-Parlour Feeding System

    Open 24 Hours - Up to 12 feed and 3 no-feed periods in any 24 hours. All are farm programmable and may be changed at any time. The no-feed periods deny rations to all cows and are particularly useful just prior to milking. ATL Rapid Start - Because you want your new ATL Out-Of-Parlour Feeding system up and running quickly, we initially link your cows to their tags and pre-program the control unit to save you money.

  • Other Products

  • High Flow Back Gate

    High Flow Back Gate

    The Hi-Flow Backing Gate is an electronically controlled backing gate, designed in New Zealand, to be used in rectangular collecting yards. It is designed to keep the milker in the pit, reducing down time and increasing cow throughput in the milking parlour. The backing gate can be fully controlled from the pit in the milking parlour and also from behind the backing gate itself. A pull cord is fitted running the length of the pit, to move the gate...

  • HEATIME - Heat Detection System

    HEATIME - Heat Detection System

    The HEATIME system is based on continuous monitoring of individual cow activity. The activity is detected by a durable neck tag with a unique sensor.  This tag records the cows movements (not just its footsteps) and stores this data.  When the cow passes underneath the ID unit the tag is triggered and sends the data to the HEATIME control box.