Cows have grown bigger in recent decades; a waved neck bar makes good use of the space in the cubicle and guides the animal when standing up and lying down. This reduces the amount of manure entering the cubicles. This is cleaner and drier for the animals, and it means less work for the dairy farmer. Many cubicles are actually too small for today's large cows. Through its shape, the attachment point of the waved neck bar lies further to the back; that makes the overall cubicle construction more stable and stronger.
A plastic (PE) knee bar is the solution for preventing the cows from coming too far forward in the cubicle. The knee bar determines the floor length of the cubicle to make enough space for the cows to stand up and not injure themselves. The correct cubicle length also prevents the dropping of manure in the cubicle. Cows can extend their front legs undisturbed up to a knee bar height of 150-160 mm.
The PE125 knee bar can be attached to most free stall divider models using a knee bar support, allowing adjustment also after installation. In addition, in this way the knee bar gives extra strength to the free stall divider. The knee bar can also be mounted directly onto the cubicle floor.
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Technical drawings are available for installing the waved neck bar and the knee bar. Click on the link below to download the pdf file.
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