Cattle Rotary Force

Our Cattle Rotary Forcing provides farmers with the highest levels of safety as the gate latches at each point around the circular forcing area. This means the gate can never come back on top of you when handling cattle and you are away out of harm’s way while driving cattle.

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Cattle Rotary Force Handling Area

Our Cattle Rotary Forcing provides farmers with the highest levels of safety as the gate latches at each point around the circular forcing area. This means the gate can never come back on top of you when handling cattle and you are away out of harm’s way while driving cattle.

Cattle Rotary Force

 

Fixed Cattle Crush

A fixed cattle crush is an essential feature in any farmyard to handle animals safely. We offer customers a simple adaptable crush system, hinged or fixed crush panels and a range of accessories, we’ll design your cattle crush to suit your needs. For livelier cattle, we have our extensions which bring our crush’s overall height to 1.7 meters if needed.

It is better to rely on animal behavioural principles instead of sheer force to restrain and control animals during handling. Fine-tuning the design of animal handling facilities will enhance animal welfare and reduce stress and injuries. This applies to both animals and users. When designing a crush, parlour exit race or any other handling facility there are several factors to consider. Safety, cow flow,  management and handling of livestock, location, future developments, your yard layout and how it will fit into your day-to-day activities. Our experienced sales and engineering teams will work directly with you; designing and fitting the optimum layout in your new or existing farm building. We look at each yard individually and design a solution for you!

 


Hugh MacEneaney, Teagasc Dairy Adviser, Mullinavat, Co Kilkenny

“Good facilities allow farmers to expand production and incomes and add to the asset value of the farm. They also lead to a better quality of life for the farm family by reducing the workload and the drudgery. In many cases, particularly on dairy farms, buildings pay for themselves over a 7-10 year period. This is especially true when capital grant and tax savings are available.”

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