The chaff cutter blade design is important to the overall success of the machine. These machines are made to cut chaff into small pieces, which are easily swept away by the machine. The blade design of the chaff cutters can vary from model to model, but there are some universal components that are common across all models. For example, a good chaff cutter can cut stylo, dry corn straw, and wheat stalk. Moreover, it can cut various feed materials and reduce wastage.
Chaff is an important ingredient for cattle and goat farming. It is long and costly and is often thrown out. About 40%-50% of Chaff is wasted by the goats. Most farmers use traditional methods to cut the Chaff, but some use chaff cutters. These machines cut hard Chaff, but not flexible chaff. The blade design should be able to handle these materials without creating unnecessary waste. In addition, a good chaff cutter will be easy to use and affordable.
A chaff cutter with blower is designed to eject the chaff to a distance you specify. This makes mixing and packaging fodder easier. Some chaff cutters with a built-in grain grinder are two-in-one machines that grind grain and cut chaff. This makes them ideal for farmers who want to mix their own feed. This type of chaff cutter also includes a safety harness for the user.