Chris and Nathan are back on deck in the office today after attending the Australian National Field Days (ANFD) in Borenore (15 klm west of Orange NSW) last Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
They achieved really good sales over the 3 days and delivered and set-up the display cattle yards from the ANFD site to a happy customer on Sunday. We would like to thank the customers that purchased the yards and other gear at the field days and we hope we can help those who showed interest in our products in the future.
We would also like to thank the very friendly volunteers and staff of the Australian National Field Days for their hard work and dedication to running a very professional and well organised event. If you couldn’t make it this year, make sure to put the ANFD on your calendar for next year. Field days like this help manufacturers, retailers, primary producers and government organisations showcase their products and share information and it is the ideal location for you to compare the product quality and customer service of those in attendance.
At M & M Stockyards we pride ourselves on manufacturing quality products and providing excellent customer service and remember when you purchase from M & M Stockyards, you are supporting a family owned and operated Australian manufacturer that employs locals in the rural community of Manilla, NSW.
M & M Stockyards at the Australian National Field Days 2019
M & M Stockyards truck left fully loaded yesterday with our display for the Australian National Field Days at Borenore (15kms west of Orange NSW). The field days run from 24th – 26th October (Thurs, Fri and Sat this week).
Today Chris and Nathan are putting the finishing touches on our display of two complete stockyard systems. The cattle yard system is our very popular horse shoe race design. This is a cattle yard system that will work 110 head of cattle. The second set of yards on display is a modified 340 head sheep yard system.
Both yard systems on display are for sale and are ready to be delivered to your site from the field days, so if you are in the market for a stockyard system call in to our site A56-58 and chat to Chris or Nathan and ask them about our special features included in our stockyards and compare the quality of our Australian made products.
M & M Stockyards proudly manufacturing in Australia using Australian steel since 1990 just under 30 years!
Well it’s the final day of Agquip 2019 but there is still time to check out our quality Australian made stockyards on our site wx21-23.
On site we have a complete 180 head cattle yard system, a complete 340 head sheep yard system, cattle crushes, our 5.0m and 3.6m heavy duty timber floor loading ramps, our unique heavy duty 3.6m adjustable loading ramp and our 3.0m loading ramp. We also have our curved ratcheting cattle yard safety force and our very popular hay and trough feeders on display.
We have had fantastic feedback from the crowd so far that our gear is well designed and is top quality, so if you are in the market for stockyards or feeders, be sure to consider our family owned and operated business, proudly manufacturing stockyard systems since 1990. Our focus is on manufacturing quality products and providing high level customer service.
Remember if you can’t make it to the Agquip field days we have all the gear mentioned, and much more, on display at our workshop located at 25 Arthur St, Manilla NSW. Call in and say g’day.
If you are heading to Agquip today and are looking for cattle yards, cattle crushes, cattle loading ramps, sheep yards, ratcheting force sections, hay feeders or trough feeders be sure to call into site wx21-23 at Agquip Gunnedah to compare our quality and price.
We have our complete 180 head cattle yard system and our 340 head sheep yard system on display along with feeders and ramps.
Shane, Chris and Nathan are on-site and can design a stockyard system to suit you and demonstrate our unique features in our complete systems on display.
Nathan (our installation guru and heavy vehicle operator) has claimed the M & M title for the longest distance traveled to deliver and set-up cattle yards. From Manilla NSW to Alice River Qld just west of Townsville, a whopping 3,300klm round trip.