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There are two basic types of Roller Mills that are used in the seed/feed processing industry. Cylinder shaped rollers crush material, such as grain or corn, into flour or animal feed once moisture has been added. Rollers can be against a flat surface, or set up to be against each other. The harvesting equipment is available in different sizes and strengths to accommodate the needs of a small farmer, an animal feed processing business, or large grain growers and processors. Business owners can purchase roller mills in Oregon area either new or used, or they can have a custom mill designed and constructed. An experienced company, licensed in five States, can design one to to suit special needs or space requirements, or adjust the configurations to try a different technique according to inventor specifications.

Other mills, such as hammer, pellet, and cracking ones, can also be custom designed and constructed. A hammer mill uses small hammers in rapid succession to crush or shred grain into flour, or create a coarse feed for livestock. A cracking mill is also used to create feed for chickens. A pellet mill does not crush any materials, but creates pellets of different sizes from powdered materials that are mixed with a wet ingredient. Animal feed, for example, can be produced in a pellet mill by combining molasses and corn meal.

Mills are essential to seed/feed processing and need to be well maintained to keep them operating at maximum capacity, Frequent inspections, minor repairs, routine maintenance, and millwright services can protect the investment, prolong the life of the machinery, and save business owners time and money. The breakdown of a mill can bring productivity to a standstill until major repairs or replacements can be completed. Most companies that sell, repair, and provide services for harvesting and processing machinery offer twenty-four hour emergency services.

In addition to Roller Mills in Oregon, other processing equipment available includes augers/conveyors, mixers and blenders, box dumpers, and air systems. Grain storage bins, steel buildings, bagging systems, material handling machinery, and conditioning systems for grain can also be sold new or used, designed, and custom built to suit the needs, preferences, space, and budgets of businesses. Getting most needed equipment and services from one company can ensure continuity, provide consistency of services, and save a lot of time.

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