Disability use text
Farmers or workers with back, shoulder, arm disabilities can find it difficult to work with sheep or goats. Management of a herd of sheep and goats is made much easier by a tilt table, which restrains and elevates the animal. Farmers with disabilities that prevent them from bending over and restraining and working on an animal will find that this tilt table will not only make it easier to trim feet, but also vaccinate and deworm animals.
Workers with common conditions such as these would benefit from a Sheep/Goat Tilt Table: Aging, Ankle Pain, Arthritis, Back Injury, Balance / Core Stability, Cancer, Fused Vertebrae, Knee Pain, Lower Extremity Impairments, Multiple Sclerosis (MS), Paraplegia, Replaced Joints (Arthroplasty), Ruptured Disc, Scoliosis-Kyphosis-Lordosis, Degenerative Joint Disease.
|This unit makes work easier for trimming hooves, vaccinating, and general maintenance of sheep and goats. The animal enters the unit, its legs and body are secured, and then the operator may tip the table for easy access to legs, hooves, and other hard-to-reach areas. Sliding gates are on each end for quick animal flow-through. Adjustable width - there are pipe connectors and buttons on the ends for easy side panel changes. Main frame construction: 1-1/4" square tubing. Cage construction: 3/4" horizontal members, sheet metal on one side of lower section to contain animal’s legs, and expanded metal on the other side to secure animal’s body and prevent slipping when the cage is tipped. False floor swings away for easy access to hooves. Top adjusts to keep sheep/goats close to the false floor when they are being rotated. 72-1/2"L x 49"W x 46"H. Shipped truck directly from South Dakota factory. Allow extra delivery time.|