Hay & Forage

The production of quality Hay and Forage is essential for agricultural development. Preparation and maintenance of grasslands, selection, and cultivation of varieties of grasses and legumes are part of successful livestock farming.Read More →


Energy crops, wood, agricultural residues, manure, and other organic residues are considered biomass. Biomass is (solar) energy stored in matter that can be used to generate electricity or heat, as well as be converted into gaseous or liquid fuel.Read More →

Fodder Preservation

Hay & Forage Preservation Feed conservation techniques are increasingly necessary in ruminant farming. The transition from extensive livestock farming to intensive or mixed systems requires ensuring a timely and sufficient supply of feed throughout the year. Weather conditions depending on the season or due to climate change require feed storageRead More →

Livestock Fodder

Livestock-Nutrition The correct mixture of feed for livestock is essential for animal health and the economy of the farm.Pasture, hay and forage, balanced feed, functional supplements, minerals, and molasses are part of animal nutrition and must be provided according to the purpose of the livestock, the sex and breed ofRead More →


Compost Production Composting is the decomposition of organic matter by biological agents. The product of this process is called compost.A compost contains nutrients such as phosphorous, potassium and nitrogen. In general, compost application is an excellent soil improvement method and allows for sustainable soil management. Compost application promotes the developmentRead More →


Manure as a resource! Utilizing manure can become an interesting and positive economic factor, rather than a burden or an environmental issue related to soil, water, and air.Read More →


Biogas as a renewable energy source can be used to generate electricity, heat or cold, as a fuel and as a substitute for natural gas.
Besides energy, nutrient-rich fermentation by-products are produced which are a valuable fertilizer.Read More →


Cultivos energéticos, madera, residuos agrícolas, estiércol y otros residuos orgánicos se consideran biomasa. Biomasa es energía (solar) almacenada en la materia que puede ser utilizada para la generación de electricidad o calor, así como ser convertida en combustible gaseoso o líquido.Read More →


El biogás como fuente de energía renovable puede utilizarse para generar electricidad, calor o frío, como combustible y como sustituto del gas natural.
Aparte de energía se produce un producto de fermentación rico en nutrientes que es un valioso fertilizante.Read More →

Principales Tecnologías aplicadas en Segadoras La producción de heno y forraje exige cada vez más a los sistemas y a los métodos de siega.Consideraciones de calidad y limpieza del forraje, precisión en el corte, altas capacidades de producción, el cuidado los prados y por ende la protección de la faunaRead More →