One, two or three mixing augers
The distinctive feature of our V-MIX mixer wagons is their compact design - whether they are slim or narrow or equipped with one, two or three mixing augers. These trailed feed mixer wagons are equipped to mix tremendous amounts of feed thanks to their remarkable volume utilization and deliver the feed in the tightest of spaces. Each of these mixer wagons is tailored to the individual requirements of the farmer / their operation.
One-of-a-kind in terms of both size and equipment
The mixer wagons of the V-MIX series are available in capacities between 3.5 m³ and 46 m³. All of BvL’s mixer wagons are customizable and can be equipped with individual discharge options or accessories. Benefit from our large selection that offers more than 1,000 custom options and learn more about these mixer wagons "Made in Germany".
Auger matched perfectly with the hopper
The power mixing auger forms the core element of every V-MIX Plus mixer wagon. It conserves the structure of the load inside the mixing hopper to the highest degree possible. This level of preservation is ensured by its particularly gentle and smooth mixing process.
The power mixing auger of the vertical mixer wagon is adapted perfectly to the shape of the mixing hopper - as small as possible, but as large as necessary. This design makes it possible to utilize the full volume of the mixer wagon - regardless of the usable capacity - without the need to cut back on the required quality of the mixture. This helps save both time and money. By the way: The power mixing auger can be optimally adjusted to various types of feed by adjusting the knives.
Why is the structure of the feed so instrumental?
The feed needs to have structure to allow the cattle to ruminate properly. Structure is what helps maintain the optimum pH value in the rumen. What is more, structured feed lowers the risk of such health problems as displacements of the bovine abomasum, and it boosts feed intake and improves overall feed conversion efficiency.
More accurate and uniform discharge
The mixer wagons included in the V-MIX series offer every farmer a host of different options when it comes to dispensing feed. Possible options include: EDS doors on both sides at the front or the rear or at the center rear / at the rear right and left in the corner of the mixing hopper. Customers can also opt for a cross conveyor belt at the front or the back.
EDS, by the way, stands for exact-direct-fast. This patented system provides for an extremely consistent discharge - even without a conveyor belt. The doors on the mixer wagon are arranged so that they are positioned asymmetrically to the center of the hopper.
With the side doors on the right and left, the feed can be discharged simultaneously on both sides - with utmost speed and process reliability. Another advantage is that the feed is deposited on the side of the mixer wagon in a loose swathe that is not at risk of being run over. The patented rubber cover of the EDS doors minimize the risk of injury for both people and animals.
Leaving the choice of the right discharge option up to you
BvL's goal is to always offer mixer wagons that are perfectly adapted to the location of their use. This is why none of their machines come standard with a discharge. It is, therefore, up to the farmer to find the discharge options that fit their requirements and the conditions on site best. The choices BvL offers are nearly limitless if you consider the exhaustive range of discharge accessories - whether it be a feeding chute (mechanical or hydraulic) or an elevator that accurately transports the feed to the feed troughs.
But, BvL does not stop there: the other options available for the mixer wagon are legion as well. From reduction gearboxes to different drive shafts and camera systems to an addition scale or programmable weighing system to a low or high hitch and an additional straw blower – we offer a plethora of equipment options and extras for our mixer wagons.