Portable Cattle Handling System
We understand the challenges you face when it comes to handling cattle. That’s why we’ve designed a portable system that can help make your work easier. Whether you’re processing cattle, sorting them, or vaccinating them, this is an economical investment that will help improve your farm’s profitability. We guarantee it!
- Use as a mobile unit to handle cattle in fields, over large pastures and throughout your operation.
- Easy to use—only one person needs to operate the system.
- System can be operated from inside the barn or outside.
- Ability to handle cattle individually by using the crowd gates and adjustable alley gates.
Cost savings from lower labor requirements
As the name implies, a portable cattle handling system is designed to be easily moved from location-to-location. This means that you don’t need to hire extra help, buy extra labor or equipment or feed, bedding and water.
Of course if you aren’t moving your portable livestock handling system frequently enough there may be some additional costs associated with it such as maintenance and repair – but we believe these can often be offset by savings elsewhere in your operation (for example lower fuel usage).
Time savings from reduced labor requirements
- Reduces the amount of time required to move cattle from one location to another
- Reduces the amount of time required to move cattle from the chute to the loading ramp
- Reduces the amount of time required to move cattle from the loading ramp to the truck
Use as a mobile unit to handle cattle in fields, over large pastures and throughout your operation
The portable cattle handling system can be used as a mobile unit to handle cattle in fields, over large pastures and throughout your operation.
You can move the system around to where you need it for individual or group handling of cattle. The portable cattle handling system is designed to handle small or large groups of animals and can be used on any type of terrain including hillsides, terraces and ditches
The portable cattle handling system has also proven effective inside barns where space restrictions usually prevent the use of conventional stockyards.
Easy to use – only one person needs to operate the system
The system is easy to use, even with only one person on site. The individual handling equipment can be operated from inside the barn or outside using a handheld remote control unit (remote).
The portable cattle handling system can be used for individual animal handling by using the crowd gates and adjustable alley gates.
System can be operated from inside the barn or outside
This system can be operated from inside the barn, from outside the barn, from a vehicle and from a ladder. The operator can stand on a platform or tree branch to help operate the system.
Ability to handle cattle individually by using the crowd gates and adjustable alley gates
Sorting cattle with the crowd gate and adjustable alley gates
The ability to sort individual animals is a key feature of portable handling systems. You can sort by sex, age, weight, color and size or even health status if your system has the necessary equipment.
- Individual animals are tagged with electronic identification (ID) tags that allow you to track them throughout their processing through the system.
- An ID reader mounted on top of each pen detects when an animal enters or exits it, so you know exactly how many animals have been sorted into each pen at any given time. This is important when using sorting systems like weirs (see below) because they don’t physically separate groups of animals but simply provide an area where only one animal can fit at a time.
It’s an economical investment that will help improve your farm’s profitability.
A portable cattle handling system is an economical investment that will help improve your farm’s profitability. The use of the system will allow you to increase your production and this in turn will lead to increased profits. The cost of purchasing and installing a portable cattle handling system will be more than offset by the increased profits that you’ll realize over time.
The portable cattle handling system also helps you become more efficient and productive, which in turn can help improve your bottom line.
We hope that you’ll take the time to learn more about our cattle handling system. Be sure to contact us today if you have any questions about how it can help your business.
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