Bravo Feed Grinder
- For grinding corn and other grains into more manageable sizes for livestock.
- Useful for producing small batches or mixing home blends of feed.
- Produces a coarsely ground flour for baking.
- 110V (cord length: 4 ft 6 in)
- 1.2 HP motor. 900 watts.
- Start-up draw 23.5 amps, working under load draw 9.47 amps.
- The bin for storing grain prior to grinding measures 17" x 19".
- The lower portion of the bin where the grain sits before processing measures 10-1/2" x 9-1/2".
- The base is 16-1/4" off the ground.
- The opening where the processed grain drops out is 6-1/2" x 2-3/4".
- 110V allows it to be powered by any normal house outlet, no need for the installation of a 220V outlet.
- Save on the cost of the feed store mixing feed, make it at home the way your animals like it.
- Portable, only 30 lbs and can moved to where its needed when its needed.
- With the 1 and 2.5mm sieves (sold separately above) you can produce coarse flour.
Listed below are recommended optional components or related items. Your particular situation may require alternative recommendations. Please call and talk to our consultants if there are any questions at 800-282-6631.
See the Data Tab above for a Replacement Parts Diagram.
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Rodney F from North Dakota
My daughter purchased this mill about five years ago. I have used it for about two years now. I have a bigger mill set up outside, but the weather is not real favorable to grind outside this time of year. This mill is set up in my barn and works real good for grinding corn. I can’t do a lot at a time, but I am retired and have the time to do small batches as the weather permits. It works really good.
Phillip T from Alabama
Does a great job for what we use it for. I work in a flour mill that skims the corn and soy beans off the wheat that comes in. This is normally thrown out so I bring it home and make feed with this. We have also used the 1.0mm screen to make whole wheat flour. So far the Bravo Feed Grinder has been a terrific investment.
Juan R from North Carolina
Does a pretty good job for what it is. If you do intend to use the 1 mil sieve to make flour I’d recommend using the 4 mil sieve first because the machine tends to get stopped up by larger pieces of grain. Other than that I’d say it’s worth the money. :)
Carol H from Virginia
The price of cracked corn has gone up so much recently that it took my breath away! But, I could get whole corn from a local grain supplier for 1/2 the money. I watched a YouTube video on the Bravo and it sold me. It came very quickly and was so easy to set up "even a girl could do it". I use the 6mm sieve. It has saved me immensely and works quickly and easily. You need this machine!
Sheridan S from Idaho
Worth every penny!