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NEW Paxton WT19 Trough
The new design WT19 trough is designed with ease of use and cleanliness in mind.
Factory tour for farming club
Members of the Wiltshire Farming Club from Chippenham and Marlborough were given an insight into the production of Paxton agricultural products from sheep dips to feeding troughs.
Stable Drinkers Installation to Achieve Six Months Payback
Mote End Farm, a high standard livery stable located at Mill Hill, North London, has installed some forty Paxton AT25 automatic drinkers as part of the quest for continuous improvement.
Lime green and boat blue drinkers were selected from the wide available colour range so that grooms can easily identify when a drinker needs cleaning and sanitising. This is made easy by the large drain on the bottom and the easy access to the ballcock.
Footbath Doubles for Portable Pond
As with the majority of smallholders who keep ducks, Karen Keepence of Braintree was keen to rotate the birds in order to manage the pasture and avoid overgrazing. For this reason, constructing a permanent pond was inappropriate and the cost, at £800 was prohibitive
Footbath Survives 81,000 Tramplings
Paxton Footbath Turns Out to be Good Investment
A rotationally moulded plastic footbath from Paxton is reported to have been in regular use at Oak Farm in Cheshire for over 10 years during which time it has been trampled by the dairy herd three times a week in the winter months and twice a month during summer. With a herd of over 90 cows, this equates to more than 81,000 “tramplings” yet the Paxton FB4 footbath is virtually as good as new according to farmer Philip Brocklehurst.