The CCW model #2 can be used for both Oats and Spelt. It is not recommended for Barley or Corn. See our CCW3 model for Barley and Corn.
Made to last with powder coated frame and galvanize hopper to complement the heavy-duty construction for years of service.
Our small stationary unit utilizes a ½ HP motor capable of crimping 50 lbs. of oats in approximately 10 minutes. A 4hp Honda gas motor is also available for off-grid and remote applications. Note: Electric motor is not explosion-proof rated and should not be used in confined high dust milling operations.
On average one horse will consume 5 lbs. of oats, thus, you can calculate your herd crimp time. This unit has a hopper that will hold a 5-gal bucket of oats and works best with hobby ranches with up to 12 heads. See our CCW3 Roller Mill for large-scale operations of 12+ horses. Click Here for more information.
Crimped or machine-rolled oats have been reported to provide better equine nutrition while making the equine digestion process easier over standard oats.
The rolling process breaks open the hard-protective outer shell allowing the nutritious soft inside to be better absorbed before passing through the digestive system.
Freshly rolled oats allow the nutritional value to be consumed when it is right at the peak. Oats rolled in a processing plant and then bagged for shipment will lose some of the nutritional aspects.
For those who have been purchasing crimped or rolled oats to feed to horses, you will be happy to learn of the new oat crimpers from Cottage Craft Works that can be used right in the stable.
Those who are currently purchasing rolled oats in the bag are probably paying an additional $2-$3 for a 50 lb. bag over a year’s time that can really add up.
Rolled oats go further as well. Those feeding rolled oats have noticed up to 30% less feed consumption.
Roller Mills are USA Amish made and are being used by Amish and non-Amish farms and ranches.
Not recommended or manufactured for direct human food consumption.
One-year warranty subject to using clean grains and operations of up to 12 heads. Replacement rollers are available.
Our small roller mill will need to ship via truck freight. Due to the damage that occurred trying to ship them UPS we no longer are doing so. Please e-mail us for a shipping quote.
Please allow up to two weeks for shipping based on the number of orders being processed.
The shipping cost is not included. Priced F.O.B Holmes County Ohio. The shipping calculator will show zero F.O.B Shipping Deposit which, is not free shipping. We can arrange for pick up or obtain a palletized shipping quote. A commercial or business address without a lift gate will be the most economical. Truck freight may run $200-$400+ depending on your location and delivery address.
See our CCW3 model for Barley and Corn. Click Here for more information.