Annaburger and Schumacher have joined forces to build and present a universal, mobile biomass chopper.
The RS Cutmaster is operated by a standard tractor, and consists of a scraper floor, rotor and two chopping units. It’s built to slice and process material in preparation for fermentation, chopping everything from round bales to horse and cattle manure. According to the company, this frees up crops like corn for uses other than energy, while also giving producers faster biomass conversion and higher gas yields.
The machine can also be used to process straw bales for fine bedding or to spread manure.
Rasspe’s Jan Jutten joined RealAgriculture’s Shaun Haney to provide an overview of the machine at Agritechnica in Hanover, Germany:
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