Looking for more information about our Agri rubber matting? You’ve come to the right place. Here you’ll find brochures, case studies, installation guides and articles to help you with your decision making process.
Inside you’ll find our latest matting deals and some great case studies.
Find out just how much your rubber surfacing will be with our online surface cost estimator.
This helpful tool provides you with an indicative cost based on your surface area.
More milk, less lameness, greater ongoing profitability – lead your farm in the right direction with our advanced rubber matting.
Numat’s range of equestrian matting is specifically designed to provide safer flooring surfaces for horses.
Super grippy carrier mats for your quad that help your dog stay on.
Cowtrax is a strong, yet lightweight synthetic mat, designed for placing over roadway cow crossings to catch cow solids, reducing the risk of costly tarmac erosion and complying with council regulations.
Premium 24mm interlocking mat with mosaic profile and thick studded base.
Heavy-duty 32mm thick mat with hoof-stopping lugged profile.
Find out how our rubber matting has helped improve animal comfort and wellbeing on farms around New Zealand.
Full instructions on how to prepare, lay, cut and anchor Kura, UniMat, Legend and Double Stud interlocking mats.
Installation guide for all Float/Truck matting including flooring, ramps, walls aswell as recommended primer and adhesives.
A lightweight synthetic mat for placing over roadway cow crossings.
Have a look for yourself at how our products work in various applications.
The little details can make a massive difference when it comes to optimising the flow of your cows at milking time.
Warwick Kent was running 2500 stags on a 2000-hectare farm in Tikokino and he was having all sorts of trouble with foot infections.
Numat’s range of equestrian matting is specifically designed to provide safer flooring surfaces for horses and humans.
Most Dairy Farmers are constantly investigating numerous ways to save time and costs on the farm in the long term.
All dairy farmers know that standing off cows from pasture protects your pasture and promotes future pasture growth as pasture production and quality is mainly affected by grazing intensity.