ZAGO Unifeed

ZAGO Unifeed Division

Animal nutrition & welfare solutions

A Division of ZAGO Srl
Via dell’Indipendenza,1
Campo San Martino-Padova
Italy


ZAGO Unifeed

The ZAGO Unifeed Division offers a wide range of horizontal and vertical, trailed, stationary and self-propelled Shredder-Mixers, suitable for dairy and beef cattle, buffalo, sheep and goat farms, among others.


ZAGO Unifeed

The UNIFEED DIVISION assists farmers with modern TMR (Total Mixed Ration) techniques and in the selection of the right equipment to increase overall efficiency in terms of milk and meat productivity.
With the Straw Blower range farmers ensure animal welfare and best quality of production .


Product Range:

KING Series

ZAGO Unifeed

King Series is equipped with the exclusive “FREE FLOW MIX®” an innovative and patented mixing system that combined simplicity, speed and ration homogeneity.

The FREE FLOW MIX system, characterized by the exclusive 2+2 auger action, ensure continuous ingredient movement inside the tank, reducing mixing time and completely eliminating product stagnation points. The perfect synergy between the upper and lower augers ensures maximum mix quality.

SABRE Series

ZAGO Unifeed

SABRE feed mixers are equipped with the “Duo Mix” System

The system develops around two opposite and counter-rotating augers that move ingredients towards the center of the tank where flows converge to then be pushed upwards. Product then falls by gravity to the ends of the tank, replicating the mixing cycle. The DUO MIX system guarantees efficient cutting and a clearly superior homogeneous mix.

AVM Series

ZAGO Unifeed

The vertical mixing system is characterized by the movement of one or more vertical augers with constant spiral pitch. A series of progressive profile serrated knives are mounted on the outer edges of the augers.

Thanks to the special ZAGO vertical auger shape, product is pushed upwards, creating a continuous fountain flow along the tank walls. The advantages of “vertical mixing” are cutting simplicity and a significant reduction in the compression exerted on the product compared to the traditional systems manufactured in the eighties.


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