T and M Buildings provides well-made, robust steel structures for all kinds of milking parlours including Herringbone, Abreast, Rotary and Robot Stations. It can supply and fit all the components for your parlour project. T and M Buildings also provide the relevant concrete works including: groundworks, drainage, and slatted flooring; steel framed fabrication and erection; cubicles; gates & partitioning.
Every parlour layout is designed with the animals’ comfort and safety in mind – as well as your own.
Rotary parlour foundations and drainage
The three images below show preparatory works and concreting to create a base for a new 72 point rotary parlour in Petrokstowe. T and M Buildings carried out all the groundworks, including the drainage.
New herringbone parlour set-up and collecting yard near Holsworthy. Herringbone parlours allow you to milk large dairy herds safely in a relatively small space. The first picture shows holes being drilled for the parlour feeders in a shuttered wall – this is a very specialist job.
T and M Buildings installed a new steel structure and concrete base for a robot parlour milking stall in Hartland.
The inside of a robot milking room near Woolsery. The panelled walls and robot base are made from pre-cast concrete.
Conversion for bespoke cattle handling
The images below show two wagons pouring concrete into a silage pit during its conversion to a cattle race near Hartland.