Today’s high capacity forage harvesting requires bigger forage boxes and faster ways of getting the job done. Miller Pro by Art’s Way offers receiver boxes for both truck and trailer mount to meet those needs. They can be side loaded with Miller Pro high lift dump boxes,or can run behind or along side self-propelled forage harvesters. The Miller Pro brand offers an extensive line of forage handling equipment to help you bring in higher quality forage, and get it into your silos, bunkers or bags quickly.
You’ll find several models to choose from, to add convenience to your work. The entire line is available either with roofs or as open top models. Truck mount and trailer models add more options to fill every need.
The entire line is available in box lengths up to 24 feet. Optional 4-inch roof or side extensions add even more capacity. Heavyweight constructed running gear is available in either single or tandem axle wagons or tandem axle trailers.
Receiver boxes are ideal for top filling because there are no obstructions such as rafters or supports in the center of the box. The sides are reinforced with a heavy “Z” shaped side sill plus a massive structural beam going full length on the top edge of both sides. There’s also a cross support at the front and rear of the box. The side stakes are the largest in the industry measuring an impressive 5 x 2-1/2 inches in size.
Receiver boxes can be fitted with side extensions to increase load capacity. With the side extensions it is recommended that an optional fourth beater be added to ensure a smooth flow of material to the blower.
Receiver boxes mounted on tandem axle trailers are ideal for filling bags, upright silos and bunker silos. This design offers a smooth ride with good trailing and maneuverability, often able to travel one or two gears faster in field conditions compared with a conventional steerable wagon.
Field Flex™ design provides integral strength, with dynamic tolerance to flex as terrain and load varies. Steel unibody design provides an excellent strength-to-weight ratio and a lower center of gravity. Proven in the roughest, wettest conditions Art’s Way wagons withstand stresses caused by changing loads and field conditions.
Unitized under-construction is the structural foundation of the 5300 forage box. Four side and center stringers run full length of the wagon and combine with other formed high strength steel frame members to make a durable integrated assembly. This design distributes loads evenly over the box’s full length, and provides a balance of rigidity and flexibility that assures long life under tough field conditions.
Exclusive design incorporates the latest in engineering and manufacturing methods to break the technology barrier and to revolutionize forage box design.
Made of tough corrugated 20 gauge aluminized steel, the side sheets contribute to the integral strength of the box assembly.
The steel stringers are formed from EX-TEN® heavy duty alloy which is 67% stronger than conventional steel.
Multiple 90° bends create 4-sided uprights with twice the strength of others, and present a smoother, cleaner appearance.
Strategically placed mounting saddles attach the forage box to the running gear or truck frame. The rear saddle can be moved to insure correct weight distribution for single or tandem axle. Reinforced rubber pads are positioned between bottom of saddle and wagon or trailer frame.
The clutter free design removes bulky wood and steel structures for a clean and open appearance. and a lower center of gravity. A solid foundation to carry the load.
A one piece sill runs full length to support the roof, adding to the integrity of the unitized box design.
Outfeed feather clutch allows the operator to feather the outfeed apron to help start heavy loads slowly, without producing clumps that can block your forage blower. This clutch is also the quick-release safety clutch. The PTO turns freely for easy hookup.
The metereing auger feathering clutch allows the operator to feather the augers to clean them, without bringing the load forward. Single handle allows operator to stop and/or feather the augers to ease a big clump into the outfeed. No other forage box has this user-friendly system—some have no beater clutch at all.
PTO drive unloads in as little as 30 seconds. Hydraulic drive unloading time varies with tractor hydraulics.
PTO drive lines can remain attached to the tractor. You can start the PTO before leaving the tractor saving two trips in and out of the cab — not having to attach and detach the PTO drive line at the blower or bagger. For bunker use, you won’t need to leave the tractor at all.