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Feed Mixer
Efficient mixing is the key to good feed production.
The feed will not be the balanced formulation it is designed to be unless it is properly mixed. Dry mixers are a mechanical means of achieving this and come in two main types - vertical mixers and horizontal mixers.

The vertical mixer (illustrated on the right) consists of one or more vertical screws which elevate the ingredients to the top of the mixer where they fall by gravity to the bottom, to be mixed and re-elevated.

Vertical mixers are the most common type found in small livestock feed mills. However, the vertical type is less well suited to aquaculture, poultry and fish feeds than the horizontal type, which are much more efficient in blending in small quantities of liquids (such as added lipids) or in mixing ingredients with different particle sizes.