We would like to thank you for considering WW Manufacturing. We have been making livestock equipment since 1973 and take pride in our products. All of the steel we use is purchased from American Mills and all of our welding is done in the USA. If you have any questions about this product, please give us a call.
Prices for different systems
To get started, here are some ballpark figures for the cost of some basic livestock systems:
- $5,000-10,000 for a chicken coop or small chicken tractor.
- $15,000-20,000 for a large chicken tractor or small pig pen.
- $50,000-60,000 for a medium-sized pig pen or goat barn with pens attached. This is also where you’ll find the best deal if you’re looking to start raising your own meat—you can save tons of money by buying used equipment! Prices will vary depending on condition and whether it has been updated since its last use (e.g., newer wiring).
Ex-Lambing Pen System
The Ex-Lambing Pen System is the combination of two units:
- The Inner Space flooring system, which protects lambs from wet or muddy conditions.
- The Outer Space Straw Unit, which provides a clean and dry place to rest.
Together, these two units create the perfect environment for newborn lambing ewes to give birth while being protected from the elements. The Outer Space Straw Unit features a sloping roof that allows water runoff so your ewe can stay dry even when it rains outside!
The Ex-Lambing Pen System is easy to install and remove as needed; simply unclip it from its frame, roll it up like a sheet of paper, then store in its lightweight case until your next lambing season arrives!
2018 prices for the Ex-Lambing Pen System
The 2018 prices for the Ex-Lambing Pen System are as follows:
- $53,500 (for an Ex-Lambing Pen System with a capacity of 250 ewes)
- $69,500 (for an Ex-Lambing Pen System with a capacity of 300 ewes)
The 2018 prices for the Farrowing Pen System are as follows:
- $30,000 (for a Farrowing Pen System with a capacity of 50 sows)
The 2018 prices for the Lactating Pen Systems are as follows:
Farrowing Pen System
- Farrowing Pen System with a trailer: $3,500 – $4,000
- Farrowing Pen System without a trailer: $3,000 – $3,500
In addition to the basic costs associated with purchasing and maintaining livestock systems in general (including feed and water), there are additional expenses you’ll need to consider when determining your budget. These include labor costs for daily maintenance tasks such as cleaning pens and mucking stalls; transportation fees for hauling manure away from the site; fencing materials (if any) required by your local zoning regulations; and taxes on equipment purchases.
2018 prices for the Farrowing Pen System.
- Farrowing Pen System: $2,795
- Ex-Lambing Pen System: $4,795
- Lactating Pen System: $7,395
Lactating Pen System
The following table presents the price per pen and total cost of each option:
Pen Type Price Cost
Lactating Pen System $ 1,500.00 $ 2,000.00
Electric Fencing (per pen) $ 250.00 $ 500.00
Water Trough (per pen) $ 200.00 $ 400.00
Extra Pen (per pen) $ 150.00 -$150 total cost to add 1 extra pen with electric fencing or water trough; no change in price
2018 prices for the Lactating Pen System.
The Lactating Pen System is our most popular model. It was designed to give you the maximum amount of space for your money, with a minimum of labor and hassle. The price for this model is $4,500 USD.
This system does not include the pen itself, but rather just the equipment needed to operate it properly. If you want the pen included as well, please contact us by email at [email protected] or by phone at (888) 772-0345 ext 1 toll free in order to discuss pricing options tailored specifically to your needs and goals!
Ww Livestock Systems Prices
Prices for the Ex-Lambing Pen System, Farrowing Pen System and Lactating Pen System:
Ex-Lambing Pen System – £415 per kit (includes delivery charges).
Farrowing Pen System – £715 per kit (includes delivery charges).
Lactating Pen System – £1,225 per kit (includes delivery charges)
The Ex-Lambing Pen System is designed for sows that have completed their lactation, had one litter and are dry. The system is designed to maintain a sow in a body condition score of 3-3.5 while she is transitioned from lactation to rebreeding at which time she will be introduced into the farrowing pen system.