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Entry/Exit
Matting

Cows are more sure-footed and confident when walking on Numat rubber as they enter and exit the milking shed.

Numats Entry and Exit Matting consists of high-quality durable rubber that stands the test of time in this high traffic area. The soft rubber replicates natural pasture, relieving stress on the cows during a crucial time in the production process. 

Entry and Exit Matting Products

Kura

Premium 24mm interlocking mat with mosaic profile and thick studded base.

Legend

This premium quality checker-plate surface with a soft studded base has great grip for high-intensity areas like the Entry and Exit.

Double Stud

Economically priced alternative with thick rubber studs on both the surface and underside.

Featured case study

Entry, Exit and Ramp Matting Solves Dairy Farmers Slipping Problems

For John Begley the change to Numat rubber matting was needed after a challenge arose from new construction.

“We have a fairly modern cowshed, but needed to build on to it,” said John. “Putting a ramp up the back was part of this project. However the angled concrete here proved slippery for the cows – and we were having problems with them on it.”

Rubber Surfacing Solves Slipping in Herringbone Shed

Lucas Allcock knew what he wanted. The Te Awamutu farmer needed matting with “a thick grip that was long lasting” for his 270-stong herd.

Comfortable cows the secret to success at Isla Bank dairy farm

Dairy farming in Central Southland for 14 years, Paul Hardegger has seen first-hand how rubber matting improves cow wellbeing, track maintenance, and farm productivity.

An End to Sore Feet in the Yard

“Sore feet” is the straightforward answer given by Gordon David when asked the reasons behind his purchase of new matting for his 300-strong dairy herd.

Improving cow comfort and pasture management with rubber matting

“Previously, in late winter and spring, the decision to stand cows off was often compromised by deteriorating conditions on the stand-off area. Now the only criteria is, do they need to stand off?”