Four Auger Horizontal Mixing
Provides a thorough mix with less HP
Horizontal four auger mixers in a trailer version with capacities from 260 to 900 cubic feet.
The mixing augers are pto driven, the door and discharge are hydraulically operated.
The heavy duty horizontal four-auger design are capable of giving the mix required, from rations with well cured, long stemmed legume-type hay, to mixes with green grass, and mixes with silage and commodities. Better milk production, better weight gains and greatly improved animal health are just some of the results of a finely-tuned feed ration.
All LuckNow mixers are equipped with Digi-Star scale systems.
|Base Mixing Capacity
|Hopper Size||84 x 120||84 x 144||84 x 168||84 x 168||84 x 168||84 x 192||87 x 168||87 x 192||96 x 192||96 x 240|
|Bottom Augers- Tube||5 x ½||5 x ½||6 5/8 x ½||6 5/8 x ½||8 5/8 x ½||8 5/8 x ½||8 5/8 x ½||8 5/8 x ½||8 5/8 x ½||10 ¾ x ½|
|Bottom Augers - Flighting||3/8 & ½||3/8 & ½||3/8 & ½||3/8 & ½||½ & 5/8||½ & 5/8||½ & 5/8||½ & 5/8||½ & 5/8||3/4|
|Bottom Augers - Diameter||20||20||20||20||24||24||30||30||30||30|
|Top Augers - Tube||4 ½ x 3/8||4 ½ x 3/8||5 x ½||5 x ½||6 5/8 x ½||6 5/8 x ½||6 5/8 x ½||6 5/8 x ½||6 5/8 x ½||8 5/8 x ½|
|Top Augers - Flighting||3/8||3/8||3/8||3/8||3/8||3/8||3/8||3/8||3/8||1/2|
|Top Augers - Diameter||20||20||20||20||24||24||28||28||28||30|
|Shaft Diameter - Drive Bottom||3||3||3||3 7/16||3 15/16||3 15/16||3 15/16||3 15/16||3 15/16||3 15/16|
|Shaft Diameter - Drive Top||2 1/2||2 1/2||2 1/2||3||3||3||3||3||3 7/16||3 7/16|
|Sprockets Drive||S Taper||S Taper||S Taper||S Taper||S Taper||S Taper||S Taper||S Taper||S Taper||S Taper|
|Tires||11 or 12R
|11 or 12R
|Roller Chains||80-120||80-120||80-120||80H-120||100 - 140||100 - 140||100 - 160||100 - 160||100 - 160||120 - 160|
|Approx. Weight (lbs.)||8,600||9,750||11,150||11,250||14,000||15,200||18,000||20,940||23,500||26,540|
Unless otherwise indicated, all dimensions are in inches and pounds with standard equipment installed.
Specifications subject to change without notice.
Certain features shown may be optional.
*Model 4750 available with tandem axle
**Model 4900 standard tandem axle
Provides a thorough mix with less HP
Heavy duty planetary gear reduction to reduce input HP
One location to lubricate all drive components
Heavy duty sealed bearings on the drive end of all augers
The addition of a ledger with a shear bar near the augers increases the cutting for those harder to mix rations
1/4" thick steel bottoms with an extra 1/4" thick steel liner for additional wear resistance
The rear oil bath allows for continuous lubrication of chains and sprockets
For extra visibilty when travelling in low-light conditions
A slip clutch PTO to protect the driveline
A Digi-Star four point scale system is standard
For fast and complete unloading of your ration
Easily adjustable hitch with replaceable clevis
For added protection against damage
Special lengths of discharge chutes to meet your unloading requirements
Give more cutting power to your augers in higher hay rations with bolt-on tungsten coated knives
Raise and lower the discharge from the comfort of your cab
Increase cutting action where most of the resistance occurs - at the discharge door. Switch out the knife for a paddle to increase discharge action
Add a magnet in the discharge flap to remove unwanted metal fragments
Several options of stainless liners are available on all our Horizontal mixers
Add a flap to the discharge chute for increased control while unloading
A large number of scale options are available including wireless systems, remotes, large view indicators and more.
See the download section for more information.
A number of tire options are available
We like our standard LuckNow blue - but you don't have to. Ask about our colour selection
I highly recommend any LuckNow product. They are great products and a great company to deal with. The service we receive from our dealer, L&L Sales, is great also.
Louis Fontinato, former NHL’er with the New York Rangers in the 50’s and 60’s runs a cattle operation in Campbellville, Ontario. He feeds two loads per day consisting of corn silage and haylage. Lou purchased his 285 mixer in September of 1983 making it one of the first ones we ever produced. He has kept it very well maintained and it’s still going strong today. In Lou’s words, “There’s nothing like a LuckNow”