At AFSystems we offer a suite of milling and grain processing solutions that can address most agricultural and food processing requirements. 

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Feed is the single most costly item in maintaining and finishing livestock, often representing 70-80 percent of the total cost of gain. Like any business, the efficiency that an agribusiness achieves in converting inputs such as grain, into outputs determining their ultimate profitability and commercial viability. 

Depending upon the milling technology utilised, this increase in productivity can range from 8 – 15%.  Productivity gains of this magnitude can have a significant effect on the profitability of an intensive agriculture business.

The right mill is central to your feed management system. The type of overall design, scale and economics of your operation will determine the best mill for your requirements. Over the years, our team has evaluated hundreds of different applications and has the expertise and experience to help you establish the best option for your operation. 

The following list, however, provides a quick guide as to the various milling technologies we offer, and their relative attributes.

Hammer Mills

Hammer mills consist of a series of hammers hinged on a central shaft and enclosed within a rigid metal case

Roller Mills

Roller mills use the process of stress (which is applied by the rotating wheels) and attrition in milling of solids

Disc Mills & Multicrackers

The Disc Mill is a type of Mill used for crushing or grinding by attrition at grain size level