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Vink Cow Immobiliser Adjustable Quickstop

This kick stop is fully adjustable and, once fitted is easy to increase or release the tension. Select a bar size that comfortably fits the cow and can be easily fitted. Turn the spindle until the correct tension has been achieved. Great for gradual increase or release of tension on restless heifers, teat treatments or first time robotic milkers – any time when animal stress should be avoided.
Brand: Vink
Availability: In stock
SKU: 158764
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