- 20 MT/day (2000 MT/annum)
- Bale Weight: 50 to 80 kg
- Bale Size: 50 x 50 cm
- Electric-power based operation
- Compaction rate > 650 kg/m3
- Power required: 7.0 HP
- Low Maintenance Cost
- High Performance
- User Friendly
- Automatıc Knive Sharpening
- Safety Guarantee
- 12 pcs Knives and Chopping Technologies
- Slimness and Thickness Setting
- Fragmentation and Grain Crushing
- Independent Hydraulic System
- Hydraulic Controls
- Excellent Blowing Technology
- 180 Degree Rotatable Chute System
- Folding Routers
- Spot Light
- Carbide Covering Flywheel Cutter
- Chute Extension
Director - Finance
An MBA and IITian, with strong experience in Strategic Planning and Management. Amar is known for his sharp analytical skills, often seen crunching numbers.
Mohammed Feroz Ahmed
Director - Marketing & Logistics
An MBA, with 15 years experience in Logistics & Supply Chain Management. He is responsible for the day-to-day execution of the Cornext’s logistics, and is instrumental in marketing strategy.
Ram, a Chartered Accountant by profession, is a successful entrepreneur with interests in Oil & Gas, Engineering, E-learning and Agriculture. He has 22 years of corporate experience and entrepreneurial journey of multiple start-ups’ from growth to exit.
Green fodder occupies a major part of cattle food. It is the cheapest and most nutritious ingredient, and forms the bulk of a healthy animal diet. However, India is facing a severe deficit in green fodder to the tune of 35.66% between 2010 and 2020.
“The average yield of milk and meat in our animals is 20-60% lower than the global average. Deficiency of feed and fodder accounts for half of the total loss…” - Vision 2050 Report, Indian Grassland Research Institute.
Therefore, we focused on providing a solution for a longer shelf life of green fodder. After extensive research, collaboration with research labs and technology solution providers, field trials, and working with farmers across the length and breadth of India, we perfected the solution: the art and science of making baled silage from maize.