Make your own concrete on your farm
Make Your Own Farmer Concrete
Why buy ready-mix concrete when you can make it yourself and save money.
There are lots of usage for concrete on a farm, for example:
- Foundations for buildings
- Interlocking walls for buildings
- Floors for buildings
- New farm yard slabs
- Silage bays
- Fence posts
With a Fibo B1800 concrete batching plant not only can use make concrete for your use, but you can also sell concrete to other farmers. With a few interlocking blocks and fence post moulds, you can also make precast farm products.
C1800/B1800 Farm Concrete Batching Plant
The image shows a B1800 concrete batching plant. The B1800 has wheels that allows the plant to be moved around the farm or taken to another farm to make concrete.
The output for a B1800 is between 10 and 30 m3 of concrete per hour. This volume of output will give you lots of capacity to make concrete on your farm and also to sell concrete to other local farmers.
Fibo batching plant is very easy to set up and use.
Get a Price For a B1800
With Fibo FINANCE you can buy the plant and use it for twelve months before you have to pay for it. Ask us about Fibo Finance when you talk to us.
Concrete Farm Buildings
By buying a few concrete interlocking moulds you can build lots of different farm construction product. For example:
- Retaining walls to retain slopes
- Silage bays
- Material bays
- Farm buildings
- Farm shelters
- Animal pens
- Riverbank erosion protection
The block mould come in two sizes.
- 800 x 800 x 1600mm
- 600 x 600 x 1800mm.
A diver can be placed in the mould to make a large number of different size of blocks including.
- 800 x 800 x 1600
- 800 x 800 x 800
- 600 x 600 x 1800
- 600 x 600 x 1500
- 600 x 600 x 1200
- 600 x 600 x 900
- 600 x 600 x 600
A bolt is cast into the blocks for lifting.
The construction products you can make with concrete interlocking blocks is as big as your imagine. By putting a lightweight poly roof over the walls, you can build economical farm building as the images.
We can supply you with everything you need to make concrete interlocking concrete blocks. Ask us about the moulds during your call.
Farmer Concrete Case Study
Jan Åke was having a problem getting concrete delivered on time, and the cost of the concrete was very high in Sweden.
Jan purchased a Fibo C1800 concrete batching plant in 2014, so he could make concrete for his projects.
The first machine was so successful Jan purchase a bigger F2200 concrete batching plant so that he could sell concrete to other farmers and contractors.
Jan is a construction contractor, not a farmer, but he sells concrete to farmers.
Byggbröderna i Falkenberg AB
311 50 Falkenberg SE