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Manual Equipment

Wydale Milk Mixer


The Wydale Milk Mixer has been designed to eliminate labour intensive hand mixing and carrying of milk. It's rapid mixing action reduces powder to liquid in seconds whilst the translucent tub allows accurate measurement of liquid. With the outlet postioned at the lowest point every last drop of milk can be used and washing is easy. A twist on lid minimises splashing and reduces fly contamination. 

Static and Milk Trolley versions available




- Capacity - 110 Litres
- 240 volt Motor
- 40mm outlet for rapid discharge
- Large 400mm wheels, ideal for uneven ground
- Weight 21 kilos
- 12 Month guarantee


Wydale 220 Litre Milk Mixer 

The new Wydale 220 Litre Milk Mixer has a powerful Honda 4 stroke engine which rapidly mixes and delivers the milk where required. It is capable of delivering 100 Litres of milk per minute via its 6 meter hose and heavy duty hand nozzle. Washing is easy and the flip-lid reduces any chance of contamination.
The mixer comes with either road or floatation tyres and is mounted on a chassis with a tow hitch.





-Capacity – 220 Litres
-4 Stroke Honda engine with pump
-6 Meter hose
-Heavy duty nozzle for controlled discharge (100 Litres per minute)


Wydale teated feeders

Group calves of 3, 5, 6, 8 or 10 to a pen. Mix the required amount of milk for one pen.
Feeder(s) hang on the calf pen gate in such a way that the teats are level with the calves' backs. Pour in the milk and make sure each calf is sucking.
Mix more milk and move the feeder(s) to the next pen.
One man using two 5 Teat feeders can feed over 70 calves an hour.
The cowling guides the calf to the teat and protects it from its neighbour ensuring slow drinkers get enough milk.
In addition, calves' herded in groups encourages earlier intake of solid food,whilst exercise helps digestion and gives freedom to find a draught free position. Calves are generally happier.
The wydale system is not only fast and efficient it also remains the best for animal welfare.
The troughs have compartments each holding 2 litres (3 1/2 pints) to the ridge along the back or 3 litres (5 1/4 pints) to the top of the weirs. You only need to fill up as many compartments as you have calves per pen. One sick calf can be given medicated milk/electrolytes if necessary and the rest plain milk. Colostrum can be fed to new born calves before they can stand; simply put the feeder on the floor and push to the calf's mouth. It is ideal for introducing the first feed to bought in calves from market - without the struggle!


Length - 1.27m 
Width - 0.51m 
Depth - 0.34m
Weight 9.5kg