Sheep and goat livestock breeding tunnel

3 SHELTERALL® 10 m x 20 m

soil floor, percussion anchors

The solution

Mr. and Mrs. Frillay were looking for a simple, economical, quick-to-install solution to equip their 1.3-hectare farm.

They called on the SHELTERALL® teams to help them set up their land. A fodder storage shed and two livestock breeding buildings were installed: one for pregnant ewes and one for lactating ewes. To ensure good animal welfare, the livestock breeding tunnels are insulated to limit condensation in winter and maintain a constant temperature.

The sheep-pen type gables fitted with wind-break nets provide good ventilation and luminosity due to the translucent sheets.

Protection sheets 1.70 m high were installed to limit contact with the animals, but also for reasons of safety, hygiene and protection during tunnel maintenance.

The SHELTERALL® sheep and goat livestock breeding tunnels provide the right volume of air, excellent luminosity and high-quality ventilation thanks to the tunnel effect. They can therefore adapt to any type of livestock breeding while respecting the comfort of the animals and the breeder.

Today, Mr. and Mrs. Frillay are proud of their facilities and regularly welcome future SHELTERALL® customers.

The options for this project

  • Insulation
  • Sheep-pen door gablee
  • Wind-break net
  • Interior protection
  • Sliding door gable
  • Solid tarpaulin gable
Success story
Let our customers do the talking

"We recommend the SHELTERALL® solution for its quick assembly, the overall installation cost, the environment under the shed, which is particularly suited to livestock, and the sales approach of a team that is attentive to our needs."

Mr. and Mrs. Frillay, Hameau Joyeux farmers

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