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RCMR Launches New Processor

RCMR Launches New Processor

The EZ Ration Processor features simpler design, versatility for feed use.

The new Hydraulic Drive EZ Ration Processor from RCMR Inc. has been re-engineered to work with the New World series of Allison transmission with power take-off drive component on the engine side of the torque converter. The new model eliminates most driveline components and replaces them with hydraulic hoses to carry the drive energy to the hydraulic motors that power the EZ Ration Processor.

RCMR is the only square bale processor with the ability to blend two different feed sources. For example, you can blend premium hay with lower cost roughage. That can reduce feed costs.

The EZ Ration Processor features simpler design, versatility for feed use.

The system is available in four-bale or six-bale truck mount units and gives you the ability to blend in any desired ratio and change the blend on-the-go with in-cab controls. You also have the ability to weigh feed sources on each floor chain, for more efficiency. Silage and grain options are also available.

The original EZ Ration Processors without hydraulic drive are still available in truck or tractor pull units. And you can figure your feed rations for free with the online feed ration calculator at

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