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Well thought out, for the 'man of the land'!

JR Bayley, Cheltenham

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Sheep feeding barriers fit where cattle barriers normally go

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Feeding silage to housed sheep often means big bales or hay in round feeders. There’s generally a fair quantity of feed wasted, and a good deal of forking and manual handling as well. John Davies made these sheep pen fronts so they attached to the uprights used for the cattle railings that are in use in the building for
most of the year. These are in the centre of a clear span building, so there are no convenient uprights to use.

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