Helping out the next generation

Helping out the next generation of farmers

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The Hon. Kevin Anderson, joined Farrer High School and the Clipex team last year for the opening of their cattle yards.

The Hon. Kevin Anderson, joined Farrer High School and the Clipex team last year for the opening of their cattle yards.

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Clipex fencing and stockyards are designed to provide the most advanced 'safe animal handling' features with ease to increase user and livestock safety, according to a company spokesman.

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Clipex fencing and stockyards are designed to provide the most advanced 'safe animal handling' features with ease to increase user and livestock safety, according to a company spokesman.

Clipex partnered with Tamworth's Farrer Memorial Agricultural High School to install an innovative solution for their cattle handling.

They installed a PG crowd tub and race system, six metre loading ramp and pneumatic HD1500 Series cattle crush.

"Building this new facility at Farrer and the donation of one kilometre of fencing annually aligns with the goal to drive wealth back into the community," Clipex marketing manager, Louise Olsson said.

"It brings a focus on the impact that rural innovation makes to the next generation of farming, showing a hope to the New England community when they need it most."

Clipex have been working alongside Farrer Memorial High School for a number years to help provide the students new agricultural infrastructure to their school.

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