With a control lever, about 30 metres of feeding fence can be centrally locked or opened. The catch bars is locked when the cow puts her head through the opening and reaches for the feed.
Using the knob placed on the feeding fence above each opening allows you to lock individual cows, while the remaining animals of the group can be released using the controler lever. This is convenient if you want to keep a few individual animals behind for treatment.
Conversely, using the unlocking knob allows you to release individual animals, while the remaining animals are kept in place. This is convenient if you need to separate one or multiple cows.
The control knobs are very user-friendly, which sets these fences apart from many other safety feeding fences available on the market.
Another feature involves the central closing function. You can use this to centrally lock the catch bars. This way, the cows will no longer be able to reach the feed. This is convenient if you want to drive the animals to the milking parlour along the fence and feed them after milking.
The feeding fence can also be mounted at a forward angle. That way, the animals have more space to reach the feed. This results in less “leaning” against the feed fence.