No wrangling with the Wrangler

Cows and people are the backbone of every dairy farm and good cow handling facilities, that keep cows healthy and the staff safe, are a must. Gone are the days of leg roping cows, a job that was often difficult and dangerous, and where there was a good chance the cow could kick the farmer or fall and dislocate her hip. Safe farm practices now mean each shed should have a Wrangler for lame cow and animal health treatments. In the Wrangler, the cow is held by the head bail but also underneath by belly girths which prevent her from falling. The cow’s hooves can then be winched up and held by foot supports giving the farmer easy access for investigating any problems and trimming the hoof. It is

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