Check out our newest freestall barn. This setup includes five robotic milkers to reduce labor and stress on the animals. The freestall barn will be home for 300 cows. It is a 4 row, wood frame, Lester Building System.
4 Row Freestall Barn
Connected Walk Lane to Parlor
Center Flush Flume that leads to Sandlane Manure Septic System
Wagler & Associates transformed the original sand bedded freestalls to an upgraded waterbed system. Section by section we broke and removed concrete curbs and scrape alleys. Wagler & Associates then poured new pads for the freestalls and installed waterbeds. All while the farmer kept his operation moving smoothly.
Wagler & Associates constructed a freestall and corridor expansion at dairy’s existing farm setup. The project included a 111’ x 867’ galvanized steel 6 row freestall barn. The barn allowed the farmer to add an additional 1,200 cows. It featured a vacuum scrape, waterbeds and daytime light simulation.
Wagler & Associates then added a new 120’ corridor to connect the existing facility to the new. The corridor includes a loading ramp and gate setup to smoothly load and unload cattle. It incorporates and extended step to allow the farmer room to step next to the cattle as they enter and exit the area.
New construction of a 616 cow freestall barn.
A 192’ four row wood frame freestall barn with 156’ freestalls. The barn was built to discourage birds from nesting, thus the plywood style trusses. Birds can have a diverse effect on the profitability of dairies, so the key is, to dissuade the birds from coming in the first place. Once they have established themselves it is not an easy task to get them moved out.