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Sheep Housing

We have several options and layout designs for you to pick from. We can work to spec if a custom job is needed. The choice is yours.

If your looking at a slated floor MIK slat might be your answer. There are two types of sheep feed barriers; ODEL horizontal and diagonal or IAE horizontal with access gate. we have multiple options for feeding with hay racks, round feeders, walk through troughs and much more. call 021 7334066 to organise a site call.

Product Description

Sheep Housing

We have several Sheep Housing option and layout designs. if your looking at a slated floor MIK slat might be your answer. There are two types of sheep feed barriers; ODEL horizontal and diagonal or IAE horizontal with access gate. we have multiple options for feeding with hay racks, round feeders, walk through troughs and much more.

MIK Stepper Sheep Slats

The MIK stepper slat 800mm x 600mm has been specifically designed for sheep and goat flooring applications. The knobbed surface ensures high step safety and foot stability. The fact that manure can easily pass through the slots guarantees a clean and dry surface which supports general animal health.

Sheep Feed Barriers

These feed barriers can also be used as gates for dividing groups in sheep sheds. These feed gates will increase weight gain as it will give sheep individual feed space and there will be less competition for a meal.

  • Hot Dip Galvanised
  • All gates & barriers height adjustable if required
  • Stock Proof Latching
  • 3mm Steel:
  • IAE Horizontal feeding rail barrier with access gate
  • Includes a 315mm deep timber base
  • 1m high
  • Fully galvanised
  • Adjustable horizontal rail
  • Available in:
    • 15ft
    • 15ft  c/w access gate

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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