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WHY CHOOSE BOOTH PIG EQUIPMENT

  • Quality

    Products built from galvanised steel and other materials selected for maximum strength, longevity and low maintenance

  • Value

    We’ll match the quoted price of any like-for-like equipment manufactured to the same specification as ours

  • Performance

    Our products are built real-world tough, and engineered to meet pigs’ specific needs at every production stage

  • Shorter lead times

    We manufacture all our products in-house, giving us complete control over production and delivery schedules

  • Complete traceability

    We track every product from raw material to finished item, and from our factory floor to your field

Farrowing Fenders / Steps

Attached to the front of the Farrowing Hut, a fender provides a safe, enclosed outdoor area for pigs when they’re very small. As a simpler, lower-cost alternative, we also offer a Farrowing Step. Both products are suitable for use will all Farrowing Huts.

  • Bolt Together Fenders
  • Bolt Together Fenders
  • Bolt Together Fenders

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Farrowing Fenders / Steps

Attached to the front of the Farrowing Hut, a fender provides a safe, enclosed outdoor area for pigs when they’re very small. As a simpler, lower-cost alternative, we also offer a Farrowing Step. Both products are suitable for use will all Farrowing Huts.

Fenders

The fender provides safe access to the outdoors for very young pigs. It can remain in place until the first pig in the litter is big and strong enough to climb over it – usually at 10-14 days after farrowing.

Supplied in kit form, our Fender measures 4′0” square  and 15″ high, and is of fully galvanised construction. It attached to the Farrowing Hut using a single anti-luce fastener, which allows for uneven ground.

Steps

A simple, low-cost alternative to a fender, this galvanised lift-out step slots into place in the doorway of the Farrowing Hut to increase the threshold height by 8”. This allows the mother to come and go but is too high for very young pigs to climb over; it also helps to keep bedding inside the Hut.