The entire unit is coated with a thick layer of plastisol which is strongly bonded to the metal.
The Dura Bilt Calf Stalls are a customer favorite and it is easy to see why! For one thing, the entire stall is coated in a thick, durable layer of plastisol (poly-vinyl). Because of this Dura Bilt Stalls will outlast all other stalls and hutches. This is another innovative example of how ADA Enterprises, Inc. is committed to customer satisfaction.
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The complete unit includes the front and rear gates, two side panels (open or solid), and four drop-in connector pins to connect everything together. Also included are one Dura Trac Clearspan Calf floor with expanded metal or woven wire surface, a bucket rack to attach to the front gate with stainless steel bolts and nuts, plus two 8 quart buckets.
Watch a short “How To” video about installing the Dura Bilt Calf Stall.
Dura Bilt Stalls and Pen Systems ensure the health and safety of calves.
- Calves remain comfortable and dry.
- In addition, there is no need for the extra expense of extra bedding.
- Easy access to the calf is provided through secure gates.
- Also, cleaning is easy, reducing labor expense.
What’s more, the Dura Dump Calf Watering System is designed to fit with Dura Bilt Calf Stalls as a completely poly-vinyl coated system that will not allow rust to permeate through it. In addition, it will not harbor bacteria. Click for more information about the Dura Dump Calf Watering System.
Open Side Panels
Solid Side Panels
Cross section of plastisol coated frame
Bottle Holder for Dura Bilt Calf Stall
8 Quart Pail
John Kimberly of Kimberly Farms (Facebook) purchased Calf pens from ADA Enterprises in 2016 and hasn’t lost a calf since. He admitted he was initially hesitant to buy Dura Bilt stalls because he was a believer in straw bedding, but the results – no lost calves in 3 years – proved he made the right…
From a Dura Bilt Calf Stall customer: With our new calf rearing system it is easy to achieve our target weaning weights on a monthly basis with less mortality. 800 female calves monthly weaned at 78 days of age at an average weight of 104 kg.