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Dry feeding techniques

Why DRY feeding?

In modern pig fattening and pig breeding the dry feeding has become indispensable for many years. There are number of reasons that support dry feeding system:

  • suitable for the use of air dry feed components;
  • simple technique guarantees trouble-free safe process;
  • tube feeding system is suitable for troughs lengthways and crossways as well as any old and new stable;
  • easy to control;
  • low investment costs for small sized to medium sized businesses;
  • dosing of additives for groups and individual animals is automatically possible.

Dry feeding fattening pigs

Dry feeding for fattening pigs has proven its worth in pig fattening in small and large companies tens of years.
The user can choose between different configurations.

  • dry feeding with volume dosing;
  • three phase dry feeding with volume dosing;
  • computer controlled multi phase sensor feeding with weight dosage.

Dry feeding piglets

The dry feeding still has the largest market share in the supply of piglets in conjunction with feeder.
The user can choose between different configurations.

  • dry feeding with volume dosing;
  • three phase dry feeding with volume dosing;
  • computer controlled multi phase sensor feeding with weight dosage

Dry feeding sows

Also in the sow breeding, the dry feeding system is established. The system is ideal for empty sows, insemination and gestating sows and farrowing sows. The user can choose between different configurations.

  • dry feeding with volume dosing;
  • three phase dry feeding with volume dosing;
  • computer controlled multi phase sensor feeding with weight dosage.

Control dry feeding

The simple control for dry feeding is reliable and durable. The solid technology and simple control meets all requirements for the user.


Receipt and chain drive station for dry feeding with pipes and reversing curves

To receipt prepared feed Meyer-Lohne offers feed funnel made of stainless steel with adjustable dosage. The drive station, also made of stainless steel, is the center of a dry feeding system.


Volumetric dispensers and valves

For the dosing of dry components Meyer-Lohne offers different volumetrics and dosing valves.
All dosing units are directly connected to the feeding pipes.


Slurry feeder

The Pig Star - slurry feeder is designed for animals of 6kg to 120kg. The dosing amount of dry feed can be adjusted by a lever of the respective animal size stepwise. Two built in nipple drinkers add water to the dry food and create a slurry.


Feed station for three phase feeding to four phase feeding

The simple technique of three phase feeding to four phase feeding ensures trouble free operation with low investment costs and is easy to control. With this system, it is possible to dose up to four different mixtures via one pipeline.


Feed center for computer controlled multi phase feeding

With the multi phase computer controlled dry feeding there can be submitted a new mixture to any valve on every day via the weight controlled mixer. The conversion of high quality and expensive feed components to cheaper feed is possible stepless every time according to the specific needs of the pigs.


Computer system WINfeed® NET


The innovative trend-setting process computer system WINfeed® NET with the multitasking operating system Windows allows individual customized expansion for each pig farm, also for future expansion. The fanless dust-proof industrial PC offers thanks to its unique process visualization maximum operator comfort, analysis options and expandability.
Remote control and remote maintenance via office PCs and smartphones are standard.


WINfeed® Ventilbus in IP 69K
VDE zertifiziert

The unique 3-wire BUS valve connection by Meyer-Lohne is a milestone and unrivaled in the feeding technology. As the only manufacturer Meyer-Lohne has certified the protection class IP 69K according to VDE. This ensures that the intrusion of water and steam in cleaning the stables by high pressure cleaner (up to 100 bar and 80 degrees Celsius) is also prevented with the use of disinfectants