our signature feedlot shed design
Entegra has the best feedlot shed available with the patented Ridgeback design. This concave curved roof is self ventilating and increases air exchanges by at least 20% per hour compared to traditional barns.
We understand that the Yield and Return-on-investment (ROI) is a key consideration for you. Our feedlot design is the best available and is backed up with a comprehensive suit of support services. All the design, engineering, manufacturing and project management is under one roof to ensure optimum specification to maximise weight gain in cattle.
In 2018, Entegra was the WINNER OF THE VICTORIAN MANUFACTURING HALL OF FAME AWARD and we’ve continue to invest heavily in R&D.
The advantages of dealing with the best feedlot shed manufacturer
- Australian design for Australian conditions
- Exclusive access to a patented tapered gutter system
- Entegra take care of town planning and building permits
- The Ridgeback design has been independently tested
- access to the most comprehensive suite of services in the shed build industry by any manufacturer
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HOW ENTEGRA REDEFINES EXCELLENCE
PATENTED TECHNOLOGY THAT CAN
INCREASE YOUR RETURNS
THE ENTEGRA RIDGEBACK™ DIFFERENCE
Curved roof to maximise natural ventilation, and thereby minimising the chance of heat stress in your herd.
Flexibility in the layout of the shelter to maximise efficiency in feed and water delivery.
Hot-dipped galvanised trusses come as a standard option for durability and the ultimate steel finish.
Have quality business relationships with other key players in the industry, and can therefore ensure you are getting the best advice and service.
Constant communication and qualified project management keep you informed and ensure your project is delivered safely, on time and within budget.
Curved roof of the Ridgeback™ provides great aesthetics and gives a unique looking and state-of-the art barn.
“High temperatures raise the concern of heat stress on cattle. Hot weather and high humidity can reduce breeding efficiency, milk production, feed intake, weight gains, and sometime cause death. Management can be used to reduce the problem when hot and humid weather is forecast.”
Source: Stephen Boyles, OSU Extension Beef Specialist
| Published on: Nov 20, 2018
As leaders in this industry, we focus on building lasting relationships by making your experience easy and hassle-free. We’re passionate about what we do, we thrive on challenges and we’re committed to continuing to challenge the norm in everything we do – if you’re ready to talk dairy and feedlot covers we’d love to hear more from you.