continue to build new steel sheep yards in the traditional
Cyclone style as well as maintaining existing metal sheep
yards. This robust style of containing and drafting sheep
is proven to be of high quality, and long lasting, with
many sheep yards in excess of thirty years old still in
can be interlocked to form pens or races anywhere in the paddock
using the cloverleaf lug and pin sytem.
HERE FOR BROCHURE AND FURTHER DETAILS)
BARRED GATE comprising of a 25mm (nb) pipe frame, 20mm (nb)
pipe rails and central stabiliser predominantly for use
in sheep yards. Can be made up to 4.27m in length and either
0.8m or 1.0m high (Click on image to the right for stabiliser
|Good flow through a forcing
pen is achieved via a curved drafting race, which can be
adapted to existing yards including timber yards, or incorporated
into a new yard design (Photos show the construction of
curved forcing pen and drafting race).
pen and drafting race, that has been designed for an existing
shed in Mid Canterbury.
sheep yards on a steel-grated floor at an abattoir.
yards in Southland that hold several thousand sheep.
holding pens on a steel-grated floor.
||A typical covered
sheep yard and drafting facility in Mid Canterbury addapted
to an existing covered roof section.
covered sheep yard and drafting facility in Mid Canterbury
addapted to an existing covered roof section.