A US company is trying to make a cheap, portable fodder machine that can be made from American beef, milk, cow, and goat.
The fodder machine is called the American Fork Furniture Machine, or AFF.
The machine, which costs just $250, can produce up to 20 pounds of fodder a day, with an average yield of 12.5 pounds.
The company, which makes the machine from American grasses and other feed crops, hopes to bring it to the US market.
The US beef industry is one of the world’s largest producers of fodder.
It produces about 5 million tons of feed annually.
According to AFF founder and CEO Jason DeClemente, the machine can be used for composting feed crops.
He said that it can be composted with the manure of up to 3,500 cows or up to 1,000 goats per acre.
It is a small, portable machine, and it is lightweight enough to be carried in the backpack or carry on a backpack, DeClements said.
It uses only a small amount of feed, DeCsolutiones said.
The feed comes from the cow or goat that is being used, but the farmer can also buy a whole feed package for $50 to $70.AFF hopes to sell the machine to farmers and ranchers in California and elsewhere.
DeCsolutiones says it will soon be available to consumers.
He said that AFF has raised more than $2 million in seed funding and that the machine is now in the hands of the company’s partners in San Francisco.
He declined to say how much money has been raised.