Prattley 8ft ATV Mobile Yard

The 8ft ATV yard can handle up to 150 sheep, this unit is designed to be pulled by a quad bike or gator. It can be set up in under 5 minutes with very little assembly, the perfect one-man operation. This yard is not road-legal. The trailer unit is comprised of two alloy and plastic panels with one release gate, one guillotine gate at the front and a drop-in gate at the back. This unit also comes with 16 X 7ft alloy gate 8 on each side. 

The 8ft mobile handling system includes:

  • 16x – 7′ x 36″ alloy gate
  • 1x – 8′ alloy panel
  • 1x – 8′ alloy panel with release gate
  • 1x – Guillotine gate
  • 1x – Drop-in  gate



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Product Description

Prattley 8ft ATV Mobile Yard

O’ Donovan Engineering are the exclusive Irish Agents for Prattley Handling Race, Yards and handling equipment. This lightweight mobile range of handling equipment is designed with the farmer in mind. Handling your sheep in the paddock or yard has never been so easy. The new Prattley 8ft ATV Mobile Yard is no different. easy to use, pull and manage for a one-man operation.

The Benefits 

  •  Lightweight
  • Quick assembly
  • The hinge allows folding and carrying of multiple gates
  • Gates unfold so set up 5-10min
  • Easy use of unique design
  • Hinge capable on very uneven ground
  • Rounded corners to pull on the ground
  • Designed for animals to flow
  • Reduced travel time and costs on fragmented farms
  • Impressive strength and lifespan
  • Machine welded, high-grade alloy, unique bar design (extruded) and heat-treated so stronger than steel
  • Gate hinge is full sleeve so no bent pins
  • Alloy won’t rust
  • The potential for expanding into the full yard

If you are looking for something a little bigger!

Prattley Mobile Standard Yard 10FT (Approx 250 sheep)

Prattley Mobile Standard Yard

An article on O’Donovan Engineering and Prattley handling  systems from the Farming Independent 


“It’s amazing the efficiency that you can get out of a unit if it is set-up right and utilises the right kit,”

“Obviously I’m a fan of Prattley but I also own a 20-year-old Prattley unit that has handled a million sheep during its lifetime, and is still fully operational.

Potterton also believes that farmers should adopt the approach of world-renowned animal behaviouralist, Temple Grandin, to appreciate the value of Prattley’s design.

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