Cream Separator needed

Discussion in 'Goats' started by Unregistered-1427815803, Jul 13, 2004.

  1. Hi. I am seeking a very affordable cream seperator for use with goats milk. Can anyone tell me where to get one cheap?

    Carrie
    cfnorton@msn.com
     
  2. moosemaniac

    moosemaniac Well-Known Member

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    Sorry, they just aren't cheap. Watch local farm auctions. I bought mine for $115 from a guy in Russia via Ebay. It works great!

    Ruth
     

  3. caroline00

    caroline00 Well-Known Member

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    well, if you are looking for a newish modern one, then you are probobly looking for a plava brand. They are made in Russia. I believe that you cannot get it without a butter churn too which brings the price up to about $200 new

    but Plava is probobly the brand you are looking for
     
  4. Sarah J

    Sarah J Well-Known Member

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    I bought one of the manual Plavas from Ebay last September and it never arrived. :waa: So now I, too, am on the hunt for a good one...but I want to avoid the plastic...I want hand crank and as much in stainless steel as I can get...knowing that I can get a brand new one from Hoegger's for less than $400... Hoping for less - saw one in the paper at an auction this weekend that I'll be going to look at. But I'm new to this so need a manual, too. :no: Not likely to find one at an auction...

    Good luck on your search and keep us posted if you find something "inexpensive" that looks to be a good separator! I've heard good things about the Plavas from those who actually *got* theirs...

    -Sarah
     
  5. cashcrop

    cashcrop Well-Known Member

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    I believe Lehmans.com carries cream seperators and butter churns but, don't know what name brand!
     
  6. debitaber

    debitaber Well-Known Member

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    I got mine off ebay, brand new, from russia, fot 65 dollars, the only problem was the instrutions ar in runssian. and It is kind of flimsy. but Hoegger suppy com=mpany has them. they have everything for goats.
     
  7. nicestore2000

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    Cream Separators


    BRAND NEW STAINLESS STEEL ELECTRO CREAM SEPARATOR

    PRODUCES 21 GALOONS IN ONE HOUR


    PRICE 169.99 + 35 s/h :eek:
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    BRAND NEW PLASTIC ELECTRO CRREAM SEPARATOR

    PRODUCES 15 GALLONS IN ONE HOUR


    PRICE 114.99 + 35 s/h :eek:


    shipping time 14 - 21 days
     
  8. debitaber

    debitaber Well-Known Member

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    very good prices , very good. We got a manual one off of ebay, and the instructions were in russian. so if this is from ebay, make sure the instructions are in english, other wise you are going to need one big magifying glass to see the pictures, to see how to put it together. the picture was a good one, just very tiny, got one of those big maginfying glasses at the dollar store, and could see how todo it. ha hahahahahahahaaaa
     
  9. dscott7972

    dscott7972 Well-Known Member

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    We got our 2 gal electric one off of e-bay at a very good price $50ish, a 1950's model very loud when it goes off other than that great. I have heard if you buy a new one get the Russian brand, its a lot cheaper than other brands and as good. This information came from one who works at one of the goat supply catalog stores.
     
  10. dscott7972

    dscott7972 Well-Known Member

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    Oh, Cream Serpator! I'm thinking pasturizer. :eek:
    We did get the Russian cream seperator it cost under $200.
     
  11. BillyLeeGoat

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    Hey Nicestore2000 where do we find those items?
    We are also looking for a decent new either hand or electric stainless goat milk cream separator for under $250.
    Not easy to find it seems.
    Got Butter? haha
     
  12. debitaber

    debitaber Well-Known Member

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    I got one on ebay, from Russia, but you got to remember the directions are in Russian. really. but we finally got it figured out and it works great!!!!!!!!!We paid 60$ for ours. just got to watch the bids. good luck, the goat supply places also have them , but for more money, but the directions are in english, and they give gareunte which just might be good to have.
     
  13. nicestore2000

    nicestore2000 Member

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    Please everybody who would like to get afordable and realiable Cream separator (Electric or Manual one)

    Please check Ebay.com

    I sold about 10 in last 2 months

    Item # 7110535944 (plava 2 ,comes with english manual)

    Item # 7111701998 (elctro stainless steel,amazing cream separator for amazing price)

    Item #7106733655 (very nice electro cream separator,comes with english manual)


    to order separators Please contact me via Ebay or you can write me email on this forum
     
  14. LuckyGRanch

    LuckyGRanch Well-Known Member

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    Why are you no longer registered on eBay?
     
  15. bethlaf

    bethlaf Homegrown Family

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    lehmans has one stainless steel for 199.00
     
  16. nicestore2000

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    Hello

    Didnt pay my seller fees in time

    Will be posting Separators again next week

    everybody welocme to bid
     
  17. mailman

    mailman Miniature Cattle

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    Hello, do you have a website where I can view the cream separator?
    Thank you....Dennis