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Calf Housing

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Let our expert team provide you with a modern solution to suit your Calf Housing requirements.

Our team at Robinsons have designed, supplied, erected Calf Housing for some of the largest dairy herds in the country. Our housing solutions complement the space that clients have available and they are designed with their stocks well-being in mind. Our knowledgeable team are able to recommend the best products and alternative solutions to ensure the best possible ventilation within your building.

When it comes to finishing off your new Calf Shed, Robinsons can also arrange your internal layout. To provide the best service possible, we work with a number of industry leaders including our long-term partners, FarmFit. We know that this removes the stress of our clients having to arrange this individually. FarmFit have worked with us on a large number of projects including this bespoke shed for Roans Dairy.

Have a look at just a few examples of our Calf Housing below.
You can browse our Case Studies here.


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