KUHN Knight VXL 100 Series triple-auger vertical mixers, with capacities ranging from 1,400 to 1,960 cubic feet, provide the ultimate solution for farmers to feed more cows per load by increasing the capacity without compromising mixing quality.
KUHN Knight VXL 100 Series Vertical Maxx® triple-auger mixers are rugged, yet simple to operate machines designed for large dairies that are looking to maximize efficiencies and feed more cows per load. Built to last in commercial operations and easy to maintain, the VXL allows you to spend more time at the bunk and less time in the shop.
Features may include:New Cone-Style Auger & Kicker Design
New cone-style augers provide superior feed movement for faster, more complete mixing and processing. The smooth, continuous auger flighting creates a rolling feed action that improves mixing. The top cover of the auger has a steep angle to aid in bale movement when processing round bales and to prevent feed from sitting on top of the auger between mixes. The straight bolt-on kicker provides a fast and even discharge. Each lead flight is equipped with a cast iron scraper that pulls material away from the tub walls into the auger for a better overall mix. Both the kicker and scraper are bolt-on attachments, making replacement very easy to save you precious time.Hardened Knives
Large, 15” or 20”, replaceable hay cutting knives are available to best handle the material to be processed. The knives have two positions to adjust the aggressiveness of the knife angle. Versatility of knife length, angle and position allow for an optimal setting with a wide variety of ration ingredients.Two-Piece Baffle Design
A key component to aid in superior feed movement is a tall, steep baffle. The baffles help direct material flow within the mixer for the most efficient mix. The new, two-piece baffle design allows for more space on the sides for better horizontal feed movement and fast, thorough cleanout.Adjustable Hay Stops
The adjustable hay stops provide flexibility in processing to provide you with the cut length necessary to reach the optimal nutritional value you’re striving for. This adjustability makes hay processing more efficient and helps minimize overprocessing.