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Lifting Fence

The new lifting fence is a product that provides the opportunity to create the ultimate routing and selection layout in and around the barn.

The lifting fences are unique on the market as they are designed to be both durable and versatile in areas with a high density of cattle. Suitable for entrances with frequent traffic, feed passages and in the routing to and from the milking parlor without swinging a fence through a group of animals. The lifting fence is fully adaptable and it has universal applications.

Lifting fence hand operated

Lifting Fence Hand Operated

The hand operated lifting fence opens when pushing the fence up and down. Because the fence is in balance the fence is light and easily to operate, also it stay always in the position you want. and it can be positioned in the position you require.

The fence is available with 2 horizontal bars with a maximum walkthrough height of 240 cm or with 3 horizontal bars with a maximum walkthrough height of 210 cm. 

The width of the fence is adjustable until 1 meter and start at a length of 230 until 600 cm.

Lifting fence electric driven

Lifting Fence Electric Drive

The electric driven lifting fence opens when pushing a button on the control box or the optional remote control. 

The fence is available with 2 horizontal bars with a maximum walkthrough height of 240 cm or 380 cm and with 3 horizontal bars with a maximum walkthrough height of 210 cm or 350cm. 

The width of the fence is adjustable until 1 meter and start at a length of 230 until 600 cm.

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