Farmweld Breeding Gating. – high quality, reliable, durable
Gating is designed for breeding gilts and boars – tall and rugged to withstand abuse. The breeding gating’s overall height is 39″ (991 mm) with 1″ (26 mm) solid top and bottom rods and ½″ (13 mm) solid vertical rods on 4 ¼″ (108 mm) centers.
Vertical rods keep pigs from climbing. Gates can be flipped to give twice the life.
Durable, high-quality materials result in uniform heavy welds that ensure longevity of the gating as well as enhance the safety of workers and pigs alike. The gating weighs 13 pounds per foot (5.9 kg per 305 mm).
Posts provide extra durability. Posts are placed at the gating intersections to add stability and strength to the overall gating system. The standard package includes posts with 1/2” (13 mm) x 5” (127 mm) x 14” (356 mm) steel base plates.
Gates are sized to fit your buildings. All gates are made according to your need and to fit each individual barn. That means there is no cutting or welding required on-site and detailed floor plans are provided for most gating orders. Breeding gating is available in up to 10′ (3.05 m) lengths.
On-site installation is quick and easy. The gating comes with all the hardware needed for complete installation on site and detailed floor plans are provided for most gating orders.
Farmweld Shelf, Jumbo™ and Paddle Feeders can be adapted to work with breeding pens.
Farmweld offers a full package of breeding equipment including Gestation Stalls and Gestation Stanchions.
Farmweld Gestation Stalls combine user-friendly design, top-grade materials and world-class workmanship to provide value, performance and reliability that will stand up to the rigors of housing sows year after year.
Low-back design provides workers access to the animal, swing gates in both the front and rear make it easy to move sows in and out of the stall and non-removable pull-pins ensure pins won’t get in the way or lost.
Farmweld Gestation Stanchions offer an open-pen gestation solution that protects each sow through the shoulder, ensuring less dominant-sow interruptions at feeding time.