Now Available – Feed Mill Virtual Tour

Posted On April 26, 2019— Written By and last updated by Rhea Hebert
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five people standing in front of a large screen showing a pellet mill

Pictured left to right, DELTA team members Donnie Wrights, Caitlin McKeown and Arthur Earnest with Principal Investigators Marissa Herchler and Adam Fahrenholz in Hunt Library.

We know it can be hard to get to us, so we’ve been working on a virtual feed mill tour. We’re ready to share the experience with you at home – or wherever you may be!

The tour is self-paced – you can navigate to the very top of the mill to check out the feed cleaner and all the way down to the first floor to check out bagging and storage.
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The tour is compatible with most internet browsers, as well as Apple and Android devices.
Want a more immersive experience? Try the tour using a VR headset or Google Cardboard!
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