Ercolino Feed Grinder
For serious feed grinding. 110V electric hammermill is designed for rugged and repeated use. 2.0 HP motor grinds grain with speed and efficiency.
- Hands-on control over the quality and ingredients in your animal’s diet
- Grinding your own feed ensures freshness and source verification
- Reduce your trips to the feed store
Includes 4 sieves to achieve desired fineness: 2.5mm, 4mm, 6mm and 8mm.
For those producing smaller batches of flours and feeds, look to the Bravo Feed Grinder as a budget-friendly alternative.
- Hopper bin: 21" x 23-1/8"
- Processing bin: 12-1/2" x 10-1/4"
- Exit chute: 11" x 2-1/2"
- Distance from ground level to base: 20"
- 110V 2.0 HP motor, 1500 watts
- Start-up draw: 31 amps; under load draw 6–7.5 amps
- Includes: 2.5, 4, 6 and 8mm sieves
- Built-in chute for cob meal
- Rated capacity: Minimum 150 lbs, maximum 800 lbs (variable based on grain, moisture, grain size, seive size, etc.)
- Housing color may vary
|Type of Grain||Sieve Size||Grind Time
(for 5 lbs)
Machine is NOT designed to process high-moisture hay or hemp products.
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.
Click here to download a Replacement Parts Diagram.
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Kevin E from Minnesota
Could not get the motor to run. So we returned it.
Lance X from Minnesota
Setup was simple enough. Got the grinder up and running in less than 20 minutes after unpacking. I bought it for making cracked corn but even with the largest sieve corn was still too fine. Probably due to the high speed rotation not allowing the corn to drop. I think if there was a speed controller for the motor to slow down a bit and allow the corn to drop the end result product would be better. But overall it's a fine machine for finely ground end result.
Rick M from Washington
I have been using the 220V/AC grinder daily since 2011 and have had to replace a few capacitors. It just quit on me and I thought it would take just a quick change of the capacitor. I was wrong and can’t get the motor to get up and run. Having trouble getting the flywheel off to access the bolts holding the motor. Can anyone help?
Laura W from Montana
We have used the mill once to grind a batch of feed. We ground corn, wheat, barley and oats. The machine worked great and is very user friendly. So far, my only regret is that we didn’t buy it sooner!
Jeremy A from Kansas
Way faster than my other one. What I usually did in a day would take me now a half a day. Fast and easy to use. Pulled it out of the box the day I got it and haven’t stopped using it.