Portable Sheep Yards
STEER can help you with your yarding
Steer Manufacturing have been providing Australian sheep farmers with practical sheep handling products since 1957. So when you need a reliable handling system that is versatile, interchangeable and completely portable, Steer Manufacturing have a system for you.
Steer's range of portable sheep handling systems can adapt for use in a variety of situations and are all designed to make the job easier and more efficient - saving you time and money.
Today's sheep yard needs to be able to handle a variety of applications from elevated classing systems, showers and jetting races through to foot disease control units and remote control equipment for drafting, blocking gate control.
How STEER sheep yards work...
1. Simply take the complete yard to the work area of your choice. Remove 2 pins and lower drafting racfe to ground level.
2. Using the simple and safe deep hooking fittings, assemble the yard in the configuration you require.
3. And operate knowing that you have complete and safe control over your livestock.
This information may assist you to select size yard needed:
Above figures based on forming square yard and allowing 6 sq.ft. for working and 3 sq. ft. for holding.
|Skid - PSY0S16|
|If your on a tight budget or you have a small flock then the skid sheep yard is the system for you. It features a 10' 3-way draft which doubles as a loading ramp supplied with 6' panels and like all Steer products it's engineered to work Available in 16, 20, 25 panel sets|
|Mobile 2 - PSY0216|
|Mobile Two is the complete answer to your portable yarding needs. It's Steer's most popular unit and it's ideal for jetting, muesling, lamb marking, foot control and crutching. It features a 10' 3-way draft on wheels that fold down for quick setup and is supplied with 8' panels for greater capacity|
|Loading Ramp - PSY0L16|
|All the great features of Mobile 2, also doubles as a loading ramp, The original model on the Australian market to have this feature.|
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