Pellon

Offer for size class for 60 cows + young cattle

 

Straightforward and simple solution

 

    Automatic feeding

 

Example of daily feeding work on the farm in question. Amount of labour time in parentheses, for example.

06:00   Day’s 1st distribution of feed for lactating cows automatically. (0 min).
07:00   Making feed for young cattle and dry cattle (about 20 min) and distribution (0 min).
08:00  

Making Feed (20 min) for lactating cows and day’s 2. distribution (0 min)

12:00   3rd distribution of feed for lactating cows.
(0 min).
15:00   4rd distribution of feed for lactating cows.
(0 min)
16:00   Making feed for young cattle and dry cattle (about 20 min) and distribution (0 min).
16:30   Making feed for lactating cows (20 min) a 5th distribution (0 min)
21.00   6rd distribution of feed for lactating cows (0 min)

 

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Different implementation options for feeding on cattle farm
Comparison of investment options using a payback period without the effect of interest rates

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Input data

Labour cost including salary-related expenses (person)
€/h
Price of electricity
€/kWh
Price of fuel oil
€/l
Value of compound feed
€/kg dry matter
Consumption of compound feed
kg dry matter/day
Annual output of the farm
l or kg
Price of milk or meat
€/l tai €/kg

Automatic feeding
Alternative Investment
Equipment investment
Assistance (AB 40/50 C 35/45)
Capital employed in equipment investments
36000

Labour time spent on feeding per day
h
h
Electricity spent on feeding per day
Kwh
Kwh
Fuel oil spent on feeding per day
l
l
Service and maintenance per year
Effect on annual output %
%
%
Effect on the amount of compound feed that is eaten
%
%

Labour cost / year
Electricity cost / year
Fuel oil Cost / year
Service Cost / year
Total operating costs / year

Value of effect on output per year

Value of eaten compound feed per year

Payback period of automatic feeding or its additional price
years

Difference in operating costs per year
Difference in effects on output per year
Difference in value of eaten compound feed per year
Total effect annually