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Delivery

Freight charges are determined by the weight of the items in your shopping cart and vary depending on your location.

For most standard order deliveries, we use Mainfreight. For small orders we may use different courier options.

Delivery is free of charge for urban orders $500 and over and rural order $2000 and over.

Rural delivery costs
Under 20kg: $17.25
20kg to 30kg: $28.75
Over 30kg rural rate: $67.85
Urban delivery costs
Under 20kg: $11.50
20kg to 30kg: $23.00
Over 30kg rural rate: $44.85

Estimated time: Nationwide – expect delivery in 3-5 business days.

Rotary Platform
Mats

It is critical to provide an anti-slip, comfortable milking platform for cows to stand on during the business end of the process.

Numat rubber has a proven grip surface so cows are calmer when standing. And it’s warmer, quieter and more comfortable. This all adds up to improved animal flow, faster milking and increased milk production. But most of all reduced the risk of the cow slipping off the platform.

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Platform Mat Products

Platform Mat

Custom-shaped 17mm mats for rotary milking platforms. Diamond studded profile, studded base.

Interlocking Platform Mat

Custom-cut, 25mm thick, interlocking mats for rotary milking platforms. Mosaic studded profile with studded base.

Featured case study

No More Slipping For The Cows Of Kaimanawa Farm

A major reduction in lameness and a big increase in cow comfort – it’s a good news dairying story straight out of the Waitaki Valley. 

Kaimanawa Farms is located in Kurow, North Otago. The farm milks 1500 cows twice a day on a 60 bale rotary. They’ve had Numat matting on their yard, entry/exit, and bales for 4 years and have seen a major reduction in lameness.

10 years and counting at Swanslea Farm in Kopaurahi

Henry Schipper installed Numat rubber matting on his yard in Kopaurahi in 2010, after major issues with pugging in wintertime.

Increased stand-off time with Kura matting

Bryce Anderton was faced with a number of lame cows when he first moved farms. When he moved a second time he was determined history wouldn’t repeat. That meant making quality rotary and stand-off matting a top priority.

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.

Little Ben Station reduces lame cow numbers with Legend

When Merv McCabe went looking for a solution to his effluent containment and lame cow problems he considered a few different options including white gravel, concrete, and rubber matting.