Our company provides a complete ‘concept-to-completion’ service including design of buildings and consultation through to project management and installation of equipment.

Farmers in all areas of Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Islands have relied on our expertise and renowned customer service for over 25 years.  Learn more about B & M Slots


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  • Layer Equipment South Australian breeder expansion project complete

    The mammoth expansion and modernisation project of Inghams South Australian breeder facilities is now complete. B & M Slots was contracted to supply and install equipment for 24 rearing and 30 production houses over 3 sites, including VDL chain feeding, Lubing drinkers and egg conveyors and Jansen nesting systems and egg packers. Production sites feature the […]

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  • Lubing Steelmaster Lubing CombiMaster and SteelMaster nipples

    For decades the Lubing #4024 and #4022 drinker nipples have been the backbone of the broiler industry. Recently Lubing has introduced the Combimaster and Steelmaster, based on an updated design and stronger materials. The Steelmaster (all stainless steel) and Combimaster (plastic body with stainless steel housing) provide the following advantages over the traditional range of […]

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  • weda-logo-180 B & M Slots signs distribution agreement with WEDA Germany.

    B & M Slots has formed an agreement with WEDA Dammann & Westerkamp GmbH of Germany to become the exclusive distributor of Weda products for Australia and New Zealand. WEDA is a worldwide market leader in liquid and dry feeding for pigs and group housed sows and already has a presence in the Australian and […]

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  • Egg_input3 Lubing egg Input unit

    To reduce the number of cracked eggs at a transfer point, Lubing has developed the egg input unit.          This unit can be easily integrated into existing conveyor lines, and can reduce the incidence of hairline cracks in conveyors using ‘up/down’ chain for steep inclines by as much as 60%. Transfer points are always a […]

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