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Eko Hoofcare provide a wide range of new and used hoof trimming crushes, manual, electric and hydraulic
The Ekochute Electro Hooftrimming crush is a user-friendly crush for the modern dairy farmer. The Ekochute Electro boasts a wide range of features and extras. This gives the user maximum automation and control. The Ekochute Electro has all the standard features of a manual Ekochute. This includes rear W Bar, automatic locking head gates, double-belly […]Find Out More
This is a compact and versatile hoof trimming crush, loaded with unique features to improve operating experience. Some of the features of this unit include: Fully hydraulic back leg, belly band, head gate and front leg systems Hydraulic accumulator for extra power Optional multi functional remote control Under floor axle for clear walkthrough Rear […]Find Out More
The Kipp Top II is the successor of the thousand-fold proven and popular Kipp Top. The Kipp Top II boasts more comfort, more cost effectiveness and increased speed for the user and the cow. Our redesigned head gate catching device opens fully to the ground, improving loading, catching and releasing of cows. Strategic placement of […]Find Out More
THE EKOCHUTE CUSTOM OPTIONS ALLOWS THE USER TO DESIGN AND ADAPT THEIR OWN EKOCHUTE TO SATISFY THEIR NEEDS. The Ekochute custom allows the user to automate functions of their choice, up to a maximum of three. This unit is extremely popular where the operator wants some but not all functions automated. How it’s done: Step […]Find Out More
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11th September 2023
Digital Dermatitis (Mortallaro) can cost up to €9,800 in a 100-cow herd*. That’s if even only a fifth of your herd is infected, so it could cost you even more. But you can save yourself a lot of money by taking steps to control this infection on your farm. It’s been a busy week. We’ve […]
10th August 2023
Lameness is the number one welfare issue on dairy farms and can cost up to €300 per cow per year.* For this reason, there is more and more focus on lameness prevention. As with all other basic farm practices, a proactive approach is much better than a reactive one. It’s better to prevent a problem, […]
20th July 2023
This week, the Animal Health and Welfare Grant decisions have started to be sent out to applicants. Successful applicants will be notified and can then move to item selection stage. In this article, we look at how to accept your successful grant offer, and how to choose the correct machine for the Farm Equipment and […]
20th April 2023
As the round 2 window opens of the Farming Equipment and Technology Fund, we look at how farmers can benefit from grant aid for cattle hoof trimming crushes. As a result of grant aid, there is support of almost £2000 available for those considering a new foot trimming crush. The very process of grant […]