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The Man behind Jaylor

Who is Janet Kleinschmidt?

Welcome to TMR Feeding

Introduction to the Shaker Box

Skid Steer Mini Mixer A50 TMR Mixer Demo

Jaylor 5150 TMR Mixer Dairy Ration Demo

QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS



Jaylor has always believed strongly that the proof of the value of a TMR mixer has been in the "Quality of the Mix," and thus in the value of monitoring the mix as it is created.

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Jaylor employs the services of two professional Ruminant Nutritionists (Dr. Alan S. Vaage, Ph.D., and Janet Kleinschmidt, M.Sc.).

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Through industry leading processing of longer TMR particles into a uniform distribution of particles that resists sorting during eating, to achieve uniform nutrient intake and minimize the potential for digestive upset.

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On average, about one year for a mixer batching 2 to 3 loads per day using carbide coated knives.

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Two ways:

When it leads to increased sorting or to a decrease in forage quality and/or forage-to-concentrate ratio, especially when using poor quality forage or straw.

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TMR mixer performance does not affect heat stress per se, but poor TMR mixer performance can amplify the effects of heat stress, such as: ruminal acidosis, decreased dry matter intake, depressed milk and milk fat production, and lameness, through inadequate mix uniformity and resistance to sorting.

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Two ways:

1) Non-uniform mixing and

2) Inability to process longer particles into a size distribution that resists ingredient separation and sorting during eating.

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