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Double D Cattle Mats®
Weather-resistant, Cattle Mats can be used inside or outside to provide sure footing and a quiet, firm, but resilient surface for livestock. Each tire tread woven into the mat is secured on both ends and fastened with stainless steel bolts in two places.
Baler Belt Mats
Scales are noisy and can become slick. Cover yours with a lighter weight Baler Belt Double D Mat. The unique, weaved pattern of the Baler Belt Double D Mat gives livestock better traction to prevent slipping.
Sled ‘n Sling
Move a downed cow by rolling the animal onto the rubber sling, and either pull the sling out of the sale ring as a sled or lift it up as a sling using a skid-steer loader. Click here for more information.
Carriage Bolt Mats
Our Carriage Bolt Double D Mat was created to meet a need in hog farms. Baler belts are woven and bolted together with carriage bolts to protect small livestock from the larger stainless steel bolts.
Covered Mineral Feeder
Our covered mineral feeders are made from used truck tires collected in northwest Kansas. The sidewalls have been removed from the tires and the tires are affixed to a solid rubber base. A flexible rubber top covers the tire to protect the mineral from weather. They can hold 150 pounds of mineral and are virtually indestructible.
Our bull-proof mineral tubs are made from used truck tires collected in northwest Kansas. The sidewalls have been removed from the tires and a solid rubber mat has been placed underneath to hold the mineral. They can hold 150 pounds of mineral and are virtually indestructible.
Tractor Tire Feed Bunks
The bunks are made from used tractor tires with one sidewall removed. They can hold a couple hundred pounds of ration and are easy for the cattle to reach into.
Double D Mat Hook
Use the Double D Mat Hook to move your mat for cleaning. Simply place the hook under the tire treads in your mat and lift up. At 3-feet long, the Double D Mat Hook is made from a 3/8-inch steel rod with a handle on one end and a hook on the other.