New Priefert SO4 Squeeze Chute Available to County Cattlemen to Rent
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The Jackson and Swain County Extension received Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) Grant Funds through the regional Resource Conservation and Development (RC & D) for the purchase of cattle working equipment. This equipment will help you and your herd if used properly because cattle producers have long recognized the importance of proper livestock management. These practices impact cattle health, welfare, and productivity as well as enhance beef quality and producer profitability.Cattle can be gathered with this equipment to perform routine husbandry procedures such as veterinary care; weighing; sorting; weaning; and transportation to and from pastures and livestock markets. Handling procedures can be made safer for the cattle and caretakers and cause as little stress as possible if cattle handling facilities are properly used. The “Beef Quality Assurance’s – Producer Code of Cattle Care” is that producers take pride in their responsibility to properly care for their cattle, which includes providing facilities that allow safe, humane, and efficient movement and/or restraint of livestock while working with them.
The limit of use is based on the job, but not to exceed 7 days; for example, if checked out on a Friday, then needs to be returned by 4:30 p.m. the following Friday. Exception – Grazing Fence Kit is for 3-month period – for example, August 15 – November 15.
Payment is for each equipment item: Cattle Squeeze Chute; Corral System with trailer; Calf Table; Palp/AI Cage and Amazing Grazing Electric Fence Kit. Most all the equipment will be in by late January.
Corral System w/ trailer…………$50
Amazing Grazing Kit…………….$50
The Jackson and Swain Extension please asks that all the equipment used to be returned clean and in proper working order for the next person. Please contact Robert J. Hawk at 586-4009 or 488-3848 for use of the cattle equipment.