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Free Kennel Design


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How to keep your calves warm
Infrared for Farm Animals

Infrared for Farm Animals

Whether you are raising calves the old fashion way, on hay, in barn stalls, in new calf hutches. The use of infrared heat is always an option. In your calf barn, hang infrared heat panels above the stalls.

With our different sizes and wattages, we can heat any size building.

It doesn't matter how high your ceiling framing is, they can be dropped down to the optimum height for your environment.
Calves in group pens on Tenderfoot flooring
Calves on hay can also benefit from Infrared Heat.
Calves in pens with metal grates underneath can also benefit from Hanging Infrared Heat Panels above their pens. 

Infrared is body penetrating heat.
Calves in individual hutches or pens