Ercolino Feed Grinder
Improved for 2020! Now compatible with standard 110V outlets.
For serious feed grinding. 110V electric grinder is a true metal hammermill designed for rugged and repeated use. Powerful 2.0 HP motor grinds grain with speed and efficiency.
Includes 4 sieves to achieve desired feed size (2.5, 4, 6 and 8 mm holes).
|Type of Grain||Sieve Size||Grind Time
(for 5 lbs)
|8 mm||18 sec||17.86|
|6 mm||23 sec||13.95|
|4 mm||29 sec||11.02|
|2.5 mm||1.15 min||4.70|
|8 mm||20 sec||14.88|
|6 mm||29 sec||10.29|
|4 mm||51 sec||5.87|
|2.5 mm||2.08 min||2.45|
|8 mm||23 sec||13.02|
|6 mm||26 sec||11.57|
|4 mm||38 sec||7.58|
|2.5 mm||1.29 min||3.88|
- 2.0 HP motor
- 1500 watts
- Start-up draw 31 amps, under load draw 6-7.5 amps
- Includes: 2.5, 4, 6 and 8 mm sieves
- Hopper bin dimensions: 21" x 23-1/8"
- Processing bin dimensions: 12-1/2" x 10-1/4"
- Distance from ground level to base: 20"
- Exit chute dimensions: 11" x 2-1/2"
- Rated capacity: Minimum 150 lbs, maximum 800 lbs (variable based on grain, moisture, grain size, seive size, etc.)
- Color may vary
Click here to download a Replacement Parts Diagram.
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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.
Charles M from Virginia
Excellent machine. Grinds 50-lbs of cracked corn in 20 minutes through the finest (2.5) sieve. The only complaint is the support legs are cheap and should be more robust — these could bend easily. Otherwise great.
Amber F from Ohio
It works great, easy to use. My kids can work it without me having to worry.
Sarel C from Georgia
Money well spent. Quality and worth the money.
Steven T from New Mexico
Ordered this grain mill after much homework and research (there's not alot of info on this mill anywhere). Found it to be vary functional for what I'm using it for, my son and I have a small farm and use this mill to produce feed. We found two downsides to this otherwise great mill, the first is you cannot take whole corn and grind it to cornmeal consistency without first grinding it into cracked corn first (if you try it will overheat the motor and trip the circuit), this is also the case with whole oats. The second is the cord is really thin, not what I'd expect from a 230v motor. All in all this is a good product that works as intended as long as you're reasonable with what you ask of it. I would have given 5 stars but I think the product is a bit over-priced. If you mill 500 to 1000 lbs of grain a month this mill will do the job and then some.