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Simply great forage - Minimum Spoilage

In order to maintain a high feed value, avoid negative health effects and, therefore, not impair the animals´ performance, it is important to reduce spoilage during storage to a minimum. The key contributors to spoilage of silage are putrefactive bacteria, yeasts and moulds. They are responsible for changes in colour, smell and consistency of the forage and cause energy and nutrient losses. As infected areas of the forage cannot be fed and may also lead to the loss of an entire forage batch, spoilage always results in forage losses.

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Balers

KUHN BALING TEST – The final results

The final results of the KUHN Baling Test 2021-2022 have been released. Now we know for sure: a KUHN film bound bale is a better bale for less money! We also show what the bale preservation process consists of and how you can influence it. In order you get a better retention of nutritional value in your silage bale.

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FC 3155 TLR at work
Hay & Forage

Effortless work with a simple and well-designed mower-conditioner

The new mower conditioners FC 3155 and FC 3555 TLR combine simplicity and quality of work. Their optimized design integrates all recognized qualities of the KUHN range. They thus perfectly complete the offering in mower conditioners intended for fodder producing farms.

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Testimonial MyKUHN
Corporate

With MyKUHN you never stop

The testimony of Antonio Chiletti who started using MyKUHN to order spare parts for his KUHN machines.

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The wrapping ring with two integrated pre-stretchers.
Hay & Forage

20 years Bale-In-One – Customer testimonials

The BIO celebrates its 20th anniversary. This unique baler-wrapper combination has a large and dedicated customer base all around the world. Read some of their stories and discover what made them choose the Bale-in-One concept and what their experiences are.

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MERGE MAXX 440 F working in the field
Hay & Forage

Respecting your forage is essential!

With the new front end belt merger MERGE MAXX 440 F, farmers can combine the will to harvest forage with the lowest possible contamination and the need to reduce the operating costs of harvesting machines. Less impurities and the absence of stones in the forage will answer their needs in terms of quality.

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KUHN was recently awarded four AE50 awards from the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers (ASABE).
Corporate

KUHN Wins Four ASABE Awards

Companies from around the world submit entries to the annual AE50 competition and up to 50 of the best products are chosen by a panel of international engineering experts (ASABE, American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers). The judges select innovative products that will best advance engineering for the food and agriculture industries. KUHN was recently awarded four AE50 awards.

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A high feed intake value in your forage
mowers

Simply great forage - High Palatability

A high feed intake value is the lynchpin for efficient and successful milk/meat production, especially for high-performance dairy cows, as it plays an important role in providing enough energy and nutrients. The feed intake is determined by the palatability of the forage, meaning its “tastiness”. In this respect, cows are no different to humans!

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Hay & Forage

Simply great forage - Minimum Level of Impurities

Considered here are all impurities which may be present in the forage: e.g. foreign bodies, soil, ensiled manure and plant residues, carcasses and mineral oil. All of these will have negative effects on the forage quality and therefore the farm´s profitability. The level of impurities must be kept to an absolute minimum. In practice, the discussion is dominated by the presence of soil in the forage.

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