Cow comfort is crucial for optimal milk production. Keep your dairy barns climate at the optimal temperature by circulating fresh air with fans.
Ventilation options include:
We have multiple agricultural ventilation options to provide your dairy farm with the best natural ventilation while also keeping them secure during the winter months.
Ventilation options include:
Comfortable free stalls allow cows to get up and lay down with ease, reducing stress and injuries, which encourages increased lying time, leading to higher milk production. When the cows position is optimally controlled, stalls stay clean and the risk of mastitis is reduced.
Pick the right stall for your barn, either traditional steel or flexible rubber stalls to meet the cow comfort needs on your dairy farm.
Finished free-stall barn with fans, flexible stalls, and gating.
We provide a full range of quality cattle mats to meet your farms individualized cow comfort needs.
Cattle mats are designed to withstand everything farm life can throw at them while also ensuring your dairy farms herd remains comfortable. This both maintains optimum productivity levels and reduces the risk of injury.
Different styles of matting solutions include:
For more information on cattle mats, check out the links below so the cattle on your dairy farm are spoiled with the best in cow comfort matting solutions.
Free stall barn with cattle mats.
Keep your herd of dairy cows hydrated with a variety of water bowl options no matter your dairy farms individualized needs.
Water troughs and tip-tanks are available in a variety of options and are primarily used for free stall dairy farms. These water troughs can be wall or floor mounted and are also available in compact sizes. These are primarily made out of stainless steel or polyethylene.
Individual water bowls are also available, used primarily in tie-stall setups.
Water troughs, tip-tanks, and individual water bowls also have heated options to avoid freezing in cold barn setups.
To find out more about our selection of water bowls, tip tanks, and more give us a call at 902-758-2002.
Wall mounted stainless steel tip-tank.
Clean, problem-free access to feed and the ability to separate individual animals is important when considering what feed barriers are best for your herd.
Feed barriers come in three primary forms, the simple slanted feed barrier, the even simpler feed rail, and self-locking head gates, or headlocks for short. Headlocks can separate individual animals to check or treat them after milking, an important aspect of the feeding process.
For more information on our feed barrier options give us a call or check out the link to all of Cosnet's feed fence options below.
We love our customers, so feel free to visit during normal business hours.
Sheehy Enterprises, 20843 Hwy #2, Shubenacadie, NS B0N2H0, CA
09:00 a.m. – 05:00 p.m.