TGS offer a unique service covering the south-west offering you the complete solution for hammer milling feed and bedding. Capable of providing a cost effective service for all livestock sectors we pride ourselves In helping you boost the productivity for your unit.

In addition to our grinding service we also offer a deliver and shred service specializing in miscanthus straw for Poultry. We can also quote for wheat, OSR and miscanthus straw delivered in.

Our fleet consists of an H1130 and two H1000. Operating mainly in the South West, however, we do cater for jobs outside of this area (talk to us). Our Grinders are capable of grinding the following material.

  • Wheat & Barley Straw
  • Oil Seed Rape Straw
  • Hay
  • Miscanthus
  • Wood chips/peelings
  • Compost screenings
  • Large grains (dry maize grain, beans etc)

These are the most popular products we grind but if you have a biomass product not listed above and would like to try grinding it up for feed, bedding, boiler fuel or any other purpose then please do not hesitate to contact us.

Based on a hammer mill the tub grinder has a range of screens which we carry on the machine allowing us to set up the correct configuration. The screens that fit below the mill govern the desired size of the final product. This allows the Grinder to produce a consistent chop length to suit your needs. Screen sizes vary from 3mm to 150mm.

For the purpose of dairy cows, be it inclusion into the milking herd ration or a high straw intake ration for transition cows, the machine is equipped with larger screens allowing the desired size and a greater throughput.

With regards to bedding we can process wheat, rape or miscanthus straw through the smaller screens allowing us to produce a fine bedding for cubicles. This service is proving ever popular as the final product has greater absorbency than shavings, spreads well through dispensers and is compatible with slurry slats and umbilical pumping systems.

At the bottom end of the scale we have a grain hopper that will allow us to mill large and small grains to nearly the same grade as flour if required!