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Cattle Vet Crush & Head Bails Plans Book Plus Ratchet Kit

Cattle Vet Crush & Head Bails Plans Book Plus Ratchet Kit
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$109.00


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Cattle Crush Vet & Head Bails Plans Book includes plans to build a crush with the following features:

  • sheeted lower side gates
  • baulk gate
  • needle gate
  • rump push-up ratchets and bar (anti-backing bar)
  • sliding entry gate

Included with the book is 1 x ratchet plate, 2 x ratchet arms, 1 x ratchet pawl, 1 x M20 high tensile bolt and nyloc nut, 1 x M16 high tensile bolt and nyloc nut, 1 x 20mm bush and 1 x extension spring. All plates have been precision laser or water jet cut.

You can include everything that is shown in the book such as sheeted lower side gates (sheeted lower gates protect the animal and the operator from injury if the animal kicks), baulk gate, needle gate and the rump push-up ratchets and bar (anti-backing bar) or just make yourself a simple vet crush.

Plans to make just the head bail are included in the book if you only need a head bail. The entry frame of the head bail is the same width as the race gates and weigh crate in our Cattle Handling Equipment Plans Book, so it can be adapted to fit most of our other equipment plans.

A materials and cutting list is also supplied for both the vet cattle crush and the head bails.


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Product CodeCVCB
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ManufacturerKurraglen Industries
ConditionNew
Package weight & dimensions
Weight4.7kg
Width25cm
Height30cm
Depth7cm


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Average Rating: 5

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What a fun project. The plans were explained in simple terms that even a non-professional welder like me could understand. the step by step instructions and pictures made this a very enjoyable cattle crush to make. A mate has already asked me to make one for him too. Thanks, Ben. (07 Dec 2019, 15:12)
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