The “Vortex” trailed turbine straw blower can be hitched to any machinery handler equipped with lift arms. The Vortex spreads up to 24 meters away and distributes all types of fodder (hay, wrapping, corn, maize, grass, etc.) in square bales and round bales. The most important innovation of the Vortex straw blower is the autonomous management of the rotor and belt. Emily has developed and patented the Ijinius system, which measures and collects data to control the belt speed, the engagement/disengagement of the rotor clutch automatically. Its main benefits are to reduce considerably the risks of mechanical failure and jamming, to avoid stress related to the the use of turbine straw blower with a difficult type of fodder, and to offer optimal work performance regardless of the type of fodder. The Vortex is also equipped with the V-Cut system (Emily Patent) for cutting nets and twines. The extraction of nets and strings is facilitated in straw and hay. Its support stands can be rotated infinitely and have an anti-return mechanism.