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The point of balance is at the animals’ shoulder. All species of livestock will move forward as the handler stands behind the point of balance. They will back up if the handler stands in front of the point of balance.

Many handlers make the mistake of standing in front of the point of balance while attempting to make an animal move forward. It is not necessary to prod every animal. If the animals are moving through the race by themselves, leave them alone. Often they can be moved by tapping the side of the race.

This diagram illustrates the general flight zone of an animal. The actual flight zone of an individual animal will vary depending on how ‘tame’ the animal is. The flight zone gets bigger when an animal becomes excited.

The flight zone is also bigger when you approach ‘head on’. Calm cattle are easier to move. If cattle become excited, it takes 20 to 30 minutes for them to calm back down.

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The point of balance is at the animals’ shoulder. All species of livestock will move forward as the handler stands behind the point of balance. They will back up if the handler stands in front of the point of balance.

Many handlers make the mistake of standing in front of the point of balance while attempting to make an animal move forward. It is not necessary to prod every animal. If the animals are moving through the race by themselves, leave them alone. Often they can be moved by tapping the side of the race.

This diagram illustrates the general flight zone of an animal. The actual flight zone of an individual animal will vary depending on how ‘tame’ the animal is. The flight zone gets bigger when an animal becomes excited.

The flight zone is also bigger when you approach ‘head on’. Calm cattle are easier to move. If cattle become excited, it takes 20 to 30 minutes for them to calm back down.

ProWay Livestock Equipment is efficiently manufactured but not mass produced. Our livestock handling solutions are built to cater to your capacity, operation and on-site requirements.

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Intelligent Design for Livestock Handling

ProWay are continually developing goat handling equipment and facilities. Goats present several differences in comparison to handling sheep, however for some businesses, goat yards need to accommodate mixed species.

Goat Yards & Handling Equipment designed for the booming goat market.​

“Safety-wise, it’s made handling Goats a hell of a lot easier, a hell of a lot better”

– Maurice Walsh on the ProWay Goat Bulk Handler

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