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Wydale Mobile Milk Trolley

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Wydale mobile milk trolley makes it easy to transport milk around the farm. It is designed for those who use whole milk, the trolley is an ideal tool for ferrying milk from parlour to calf pens. With the outlet positioned at the lowest point every last drop of milk can be used and washing is easy. A twist on lid minimises splashing and reduces fly contamination. It is lightweight for ease of transportation and its large 400mm pumped wheels are ideal for uneven ground.

This milk trolley also comes in a mixer option to mix milk replacer. This eliminates labour intensive hand mixing. It comes with a 240 volt motor.

  • Capacity – 110 Litres
  • 40mm outlet for rapid discharge
  • Height – 1120mm
  • Body Depth – 700mm
  • Depth (With Handles) 1320mm
  • Width – 610mm
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Wydale Mobile Milk Trolley

Wydale mobile milk trolley makes it easy to transport milk around the farm. A handy tool for ferrying milk from parlour to calf pens. It is designed for those who use whole milk, a trolley is an ideal tool for ferrying milk from parlour to calf pens. With the outlet positioned at the lowest point, every last drop of milk can be used and washing is easy. A twist on lid minimises splashing and reduces fly contamination. It is lightweight for ease of transportation and its large 400mm pumped wheels are ideal for uneven ground.

This milk trolley also comes in a mixer option to mix milk replacer. This eliminates labour intensive hand mixing. It comes with a 240-volt motor.

  • Capacity – 110 Litres
  • 40mm outlet for rapid discharge
  • Height – 1120mm
  • Body Depth – 700mm
  • Depth (With Handles) 1320mm
  • Width – 610mm

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Hugh MacEneaney, Teagasc Dairy Adviser, Mullinavat, Co Kilkenny

“Good facilities allow farmers to expand production and incomes and add to the asset value of the farm. They also lead to a better quality of life for the farm family by reducing the workload and the drudgery. In many cases, particularly on dairy farms, buildings pay for themselves over a 7-10 year period. This is especially true when capital grant and tax savings are available.”

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