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Cattle headlock Baseline self-locking

cattle headlock
cattle headlock
cattle headlock
cattle headlock
cattle headlock
cattle headlock
cattle headlock
cattle headlock
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Characteristics

Animal type
for cattle
Lock options
self-locking

Description

Simple but strong, these are the Baseline self-locking feed fronts. Fitted with the closed upper section with hidden locking mechanism, as is a characteristic feature of Spinder. Only the push button for releasing the locked-up cow sticks out from the top of the profile. No parts where collars can be caught! Available for large stock as well as for heifers, young stock and calves. Various feeding place widths and matching heights. This allows the animals to get used to the feed front from an early age. Fitted with the Spinder plastic movable bar stopper; nice and quiet, and with a drop pin in the catching bar to prevent the catching of the collars. Important features: The central operating handle allows you to open or close the feed front up to 30 m in one move. The central operating handle can be used to set the entire feed front in the locking position. Great catching performance thanks to the light-acting locking mechanism. The animals are unable to release themselves since the locking mechanism is entirely hidden in the upper section. When closed, it will be possible to release the individual animals with a simple push of a button. The central operating handle can be used to release all animals in one move. Using the optional Indivast locking mechanism, the animals can be individually secured in the feed front. low-noise locking mechanism is entirely hidden ear tag friendly easy operation
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