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The Best Photos of 2021

The Best Photos of 2021

From Canada to Canterbury, Scotland and Southland, here is a collection of our favourite images from #teparicountry in 2021.

Improved efficiency for this Portugal Sheep Producer

Improved efficiency for this Portugal Sheep Producer

This Case Study is about Joao Paisana who manages a large De-Levie sheep finishing farm in Portugal. The farm exports 40,000 to 50,000 lambs a year to Israel and they recently installed a Racewell HD6 Sheep Handler with 6 way automatic draft.

Embracing technology at 6A Cattle Co Feedlot

Embracing technology at 6A Cattle Co Feedlot

6A Cattle Company are a feed to finish cattle operation in Alberta, Canada. They feed between 6500 and 10,000 head of cattle each year. They are using the Te Pari Revolution Auto Dosing gun with Feed IT software to improve efficiency and animal health in their farming business. Find out what their team have to say about the Revolution Dosing Gun in this article.

Making hard jobs easier with a Racewell Sheep Handler

Making hard jobs easier with a Racewell Sheep Handler

The Racewell Sheep Handler is often referred to as an essential tool for sheep ranchers, but as Matt Mickel from Central Utah has found, you really need to see it in action yourself to see just how effective, efficient and easy to use it is. Find out more about Matt’s experience with the Racewell HD4 Sheep Handler.

Craig Barnes Cattle Yards, South Australia

A game changing set of cattle yards in Yaninee, South Australia

Craig Barnes and his family farm in Yaninee, South Australia and earlier this year they installed a new set of Te Pari Cattle Yards with a Taurus HD3 Auto Drafting Cattle Crush. He’s enjoying cattle work twice as much now with cattle yards that offer improved safety and efficiency. Hear what Craig has to say…

Stress-free Cattle Handling for John Mitchell

Stress-free Cattle Handling | John Mitchell

With 4000 acres of upland farm to tend to and a mix of cattle and sheep, South Lanarkshire farmer John Mitchell needed equipment that would make things a little easier