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Portable Sheep Yards - Commander Ag-Quip


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Portable Sheep Yards

Commander Ag-Quip Australian Made portable sheep yards are recognized across Australia as well built, simple to use and priced to suit your budget. The setup is a one man job and it only takes a few minutes.
These portable sheep yards/mobile sheep yards are ideal for the farmer who needs flexibility with the size of their sheep yards setups, and the ability to move across multiple locations to effectively complete their sheep handling work.
Our wide range include 17, 23, 35, 40, 50 & 60 panel systems, ensuring we have an option that allows you to safely and efficiently complete your sheep work with great flexibility.

“The reason we went with commander Ag-Quip is because of the high-quality I’d seen in another client’s yards. They were Australian steel, which was a big bonus for us, and just the overall quality of the whole setup that I’d worked in. The spring latches, the man gates just made everything work as easy as you could want it.”

Brenton Smith, Cowell, SA

“They worked awesome. I was able to work most of the sheep by myself with a dog. Haven’t been able to do that before. Also never had a mob stuck in a yard that I couldn’t shift around. They also ran into the sheds better with the design.”

Kym Graetz, SA

“We are very glad we made this choice. They flow great, and they have dramatically reduced the time it takes us to complete Sheep work. It so much more enjoyable to work sheep these days plus we have a great modern facility to showcase our Stud Rams in come that time of the year.”

David Ridgeway, Senior, SA

“We have found ourselves doing more yard work that we ever have in the past. The pound, forcing pen, V race, twin loading ramps and 5 way drafting make the yards a joy to work in and the cows, both bucket raised and paddock raised, flow extremely well in them.”

Brad Fischer, Meningie, SA