This feeding robot travels on four wheels, so it does not need any form of suspension. Two independent drive wheels mean that the robot can be easily manoeuvred around the feeding alleys. The wheel-driven feeding robot has two vertical mixing augers, a cross conveyor belt capable of discharging on both left and right, and a capacity of 3 m3. A power rail delivers electricity to the robot, but does not impose any extra building construction requirements. This continuous power supply ensures that the system will not run out of power. The Triomatic WP 2 300 feeding robot follows the power rail. It can handle a gradient of up to 5% and easily cross thresholds of up to 50 mm. The robot can be combined with all types of Triomatic feed kitchens. In combination with a stationary feed mixer, a feed kitchen for blocks or bales, or storage bunkers for bulk feed, the feeding robot can be used as a fully automated feeding system. A suspended feeding robot is also available.