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GS 252510 250 New TMR mixer either
New TMR mixer
Our new TMR mixer has finally arrived. Took a little longer
than initially expected. Jay-Lor has been really busy and
are selling more than they can keep up with.
Anyway, this is a 3875 model which is 25m3 or 875 cubic feet
for the metric-impaired. It's a twin screw with with the
optional auger extention, has no gearbox and will have a
remote wireless display for the payloader but something was
missing for it so we can't use that yet. The regular display
does work though. the tractor is a TM190 which we bought in
November because we needed a bigger tractor for this mixer.

Onze nieuwe voermengwagen is eindelijk gekomen! Duurde iets
langer dan verwacht omdat ie op bestelling is gemaakt en de
vraag groter is dan ze kunnen bouwen. Het is een Jaylor 3875
en hij is 25m3. Deze dubbele schroef mixer heeft een
verlengd opklapbaar bandje, geen versnellingsbak, en er komt
nog een draadlose display bij voor in de shovel. De trekker
is een TM190 die we voor deze mixer hebben gekocht in
november.
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From the side
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The back, you can also see the mixing window here. The
stairs were also optional. Not as easy as the platform I'm
used to but definately safer.

De achterkant. Hier kan je het raampje zien in de zijkant
waar je het mixen kan zien. Trappetje achterop was ook een
optie. De vorige had een platform waar je op kon staan maar
ze doen dit zodat je er niet i kan vallen.
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The inside. I had just thrown a little feed in it when i
decided to take pics.

Binnen in. Had net wat voer erin gegooid.
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The other side.
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Great looking tractor! Little dirty but it works everyday.

Ik vind dit toch een mooie trekker. Beetje vies maar hij
werkt ook elke dag.
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Hello there,
Nice picture, i always enjoy looking through your album.

Looks like a nice feeder. What is the minimum power
requirement for a monster like that ? Those vertical feeders
seem pretty easy to turn. The farm I was working on had a
few on demo before buying a King Feeder with horizontal
mixers. Thats a 17 m3 machine and I managed to run it on the
75hp scraper tractor (when the feeder tractor caught fire !
)

Any pics of the wireless display would be fantastic if
you have the time, what a great idea. Hope its reliable for
you.

Also any pics of ur skid steer would be great if you have
a chance. Whats the boom like on the NH ? I'm very tempted
to get one on demo. There are so many makes its difficult to
choose, I've gone right off Bobcat though.

Thanks and hope ur feeder goes well,


Owain
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I forgot to post this one, had it open in another tab.
Here you can see the conveyer which folds down.

Was deze ff vergeten.
Hier kan je het bandje zien dat opgevouwen is.
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Here is the best pic I have of that skidsteer. I have never
really taken pictures of it yet, it just happens to be in
the background at times. This one is a LS170, bought it in
June of '04, has almost 1200 hours and has been flawless. It
replaced a NH LX565. We also have a LS150 that be bought
just before christmas. I think they are one of the best on
the market and for less $$$ than a bobcat.

The mixer needs at least 135 HP on the PTO, so a 160 HP
tractor should do. Smaller tractors can keep them moving as
long as you start it while loading and do not turn it off.
Someone nearby has the same mixer behind a leased McCormick
MTX135 and the PTO on the tractor has broken at least 3
times and there are metal shavings in the oil.
We demoed a JD 7720 and it could do it, a TM175 should have
worked too but the dealer had this TM190 in stock and priced
right. The HP required depends on the auger speed and shape,
this one turns fairly quick so it needs a bigger tractor.

There will be pics of the wireless display once it will be
working. Cost a bit of money but it's gonna be great. Just
this afternoon it was snowing a lot and very sticky snow.
Every time i got to the mixer i had to wipe the snow of the
display. That will be a thing of the past and when the
windows of the payloader are a bit dirty that won't matter
much anymore either. Also allows us to load from both sides.
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mooie foto's zoals altijd:-)
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My what dirty tractor you have... :-P How do you mean the
ladder is much safer? Sounds stupid, but the mixer looks
smaller in these pictures than it was on the demo... maybe
because the demo tractors had small tires? Those screws are
very interesting... nothing like the Luck/Now we had out.
The Luck/Now screw was a full screw(pointy toop and all,
smaller and smaller as it went up), and it was much higher,
almost to the top of the tub. How do you like the hydraulic
chute?

Great pictures, I look forward to more.
Josh
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Also, how many hours were you putting on the TM190 with the
old mixer, and now how many are you putting on with the
3875?
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The screws don't quite go all the way to the top, maybe
2/3s. This design works very well, I think smaller screws
would work slower. Right now we are saving about 30 minutes
to 45 minutes every day and more in the weekend. The 3 loads
for the milk cows were full, so as soon as we started
milking more cows (march) we'd need a 4th load for 7 a day
in total. Now we can stay with 5 for a long time. That works
out to a time savings of more than an hour every day. It's
nice to feed more cows in less time! Saves 365 hrs on a
tractor and payloader. They hydraulic conveyor is great, had
it on the last one and now we can't do without. Makes it
narrow for driving into barns and you don't spill any feed
when driving around the yard after unloading half of it.
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dan betaalt die zichzlf zo terug, en heb je dat draadloze
display al?
en wat was er met de oude aan de hand, was die aan zijn
eind?
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