As it is extremely durable and user-friendly this matting can be adapted to a wide range of applications. Non-abrasive on hooves, with durable softness and shock absorption, Numat matting provides increased productivity with a warmer, quieter, more comfortable environment. This leads to reduced stress, falls and lameness in your animals.
The cellular profile and ribbed base of Unimat matting ensures far superior comfort and shock absorption when compared to concrete surfacing.
Double Stud is a durable surface with a unique studded surface that provides maximum traction reducing slipping and fall injuries.
At 20 millimetres thick, KuraCalm is perfect for areas where comfort, grip, and durability are required. Mosaic patterned top surface.
Premium quality checker plate surface with a soft, yet sturdy studded base. Cut with precision water-jet technology, Legend’s jig-saw edge ensures each tile fits perfectly with the next to create a seamless finish.
Warwick installed UniMat two years ago and was so impressed he went on to install it in a second shed and the outside yards. Compared to concrete floors the animals are now calmer and easier to handle. But the most important benefit is a financial one.
In 2016, the staff at Thornicroft Station were experiencing a major problem with their mob’s legs. A lot of deer were showing up at the shed with swollen joints due to time spent on concrete. It was becoming a major issue as lame deer were costly to treat. Managing the problem was placing a drain on staff time and energy.
Deer hooves on concrete floors make for a noisy day at the office. For Te Awamutu velvet farmer, John Hunter, relief came in the form of Numat’s UniMat rubber matting.
Brian and Jacqui Wellington are renowned for their forward-thinking approach to deer farming, a rigorous, details-focused mind-set that has paid off with happy animals and increased gains for their large operation east of Te Awamutu.
Experience counts. When Adam and Sharon Waite took over the reins of Northbank Station, a 577-hectare deer finishing farm in Rakaia, the experienced deer farmers immediately spotted an opportunity for improvement.