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Dehorning Crate

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The ODEL dehorning crate makes dehorning calves a safe and easy process for both animal and handler. This dehorning crate has an integrated wheel and handles for easy transportation. It has a flop frame and paddle push up which is recommended by Teagasc for added safety. There is a unique adjustable head design to hold the animals head in place. This dehorning crate has a quick release feature for added safety.

  • Integrated wheel and handle for easy transportation.
  • Flop frame and Paddle Push up for added safety.
  • Quick release for added safety
  • Fully hot dip galvanised

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Dehorning Crate

Dehorning crate makes dehorning calves a safe and easy process for both animal and handler. This crate has an integrated wheel and handles for easy transportation. This crate has a quick release feature for added safety.

  • Integrated wheel and handle for easy transportation.
  • Flop frame and Paddle Push up for added safety.
  • Quick release for added safety
  • Fully hot-dip galvanised

 

Dehorning Best Practice


What is the best age to disbud calves?

Where practical, calves should be disbudded while horn development is still at the horn bud stage as the horn buds are not yet attached to the skull. Consequently, the procedure involves less tissue trauma and is less stressful. Disbudding is significantly less stressful than dehorning of older cattle.
• Use a cauterisation method (i.e. a heated disbudding iron) at one-two weeks to remove the horn buds.
• A custom-built calf dehorning crate will minimise stress to the calf and ensure optimum safety to the operator

For more info on Dehorning/Disbudding, Castration from Teagasc

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Other handy calf products:

       Calf Transporter Yard Mate.

       Wydale Mobile Milk Trolley


 

At O’Donovan Engineering, our motto is “quality and innovation give us the edge” – and this is the standard we hold ourselves to. With over 40 years’ experience in the market, we have the solutions to make your farm work for you.

 

Tom Ryan, Teagasc, Kildalton”

Good handling facilities are essential. Routine handling is necessary for dosing, vaccination, condition scoring, herd testing, etc. “Handling Facilities by

An efficient carefully planned handling unit will:

  • Reduce labour requirements
  • Improve working conditions
  • Reduce the risk of injury to both stock and the farmer

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