The Champion from WMI Feeders is one of the largest locally made hay and silage models available and can be ordered now
For livestock producers looking to get bulk round bales fed out quickly, there is one model that stands out from the rest, WMI’s Champion.
This round bale feeder can carry up to six bales and can handle hay and silage just as easily. Smaller machines can also be custom built if needed.
The Champion has an independent tandem rocker system, plus a versatile loading system with collapsible forks for safety.
Like all WMI feeders it also has a strong robust design and is user-friendly when it comes to servicing and any maintenance.
The 6-bale model Champion is 2.3 metres wide, 9.7 metres long, 1.5 metres high, and weighs 2.12 tonnes.
While a smaller 4-bale model is also available at 2.3 metres wide, 6.9 metres long, 1.5 metres high, and it weighs between 1.8 and 1.9 tonnes.
In addition to the WMI Champion there are three more round bale hay feeders in the WMI manufacturing stable.
All are capable of handling round bales of hay, two of which can also handle square bales, when needed.
These models are the Albybone, the Pa-Mick, and the Elite. All designed to offer different abilities that make them suited to any particular operational requirements.
The Alybone is a multi-bale feeder, capable of handling both round and square bales of hay. It offers a high ground clearance, and is strong and robust in design, with a curved chamber for pad feeding.
Each machine also has an independent tandem rock system, an extendable chamber to accommodate all bales, and can also be used for carting in.
The Alybone is 2.5 metres wide, length is 8.1 metres, height 2.25 metres, and it weighs 2.1 tonnes.
The Pa-Mick is a hay and silage feeder and can carry up to two bales at a time, one of each type, round or square, and in any order.
It also offers high ground clearance, a strong robust design, and a curved chamber for pad feeding.
Each machine also has an independent tandem rock system, an extendable chamber to accommodate all bales, and can be used for carting in as well.
The Pa-Mick is 2.5 metres wide, 4.9 metres long, 1.95 metres high, and it weighs 1.2 tonnes.
The Elite is a round bale feeder capable of carrying up to two bales at a time. It feeds out hay and silage, and can handle large round bales.
It has a strong, robust design, user-friendly maintenance, and a high ground clearance. It also has a versatile loading system with collapsible forks for safety, and rippers that travel over the top of the chassis to reduce component damage.
The Elite feeder is 2.3 metres wide, 4.6 metres long, 1.2 metres high, and weighs 960 kilograms.
WMI is a local family-run manufacturer formed in 2009 and prides itself on producing the highest quality range of bale feeders.
The company listens to feedback from farmers to incorporate in the design and is always open to discussing production of new machines for all types of farming operations.
WMI products are built-to-last, with the first machines ever built still going strong.
As a local manufacturer, WMI understands farm machinery needs to be built tough to withstand the harsh conditions.