CalfOTel Open Top Premium wins Innov’SPACE!
CalfOTel has won a 2020 Innov’SPACE for the Open Top Premium Single and Duo! Our colleague Jean Bernard Béranger received the award yesterday.
The calf box CalfOTel® Open Top Premium is suitable for the farmer who wants to keep calves indoors or under a roof. The product scores well on ease of use and hygiene. For example, it has a two-part locking gate, known from the CalfOTel® Hybrid. The two-part locking gate can be opened and removed in one simple operation. This also applies to the grating. It can be removed and placed back within seconds. This makes cleaning very easy. The system is practical and flexible and ensures a high level of hygiene and user-friendliness.
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Special offer! CalfOTel Milkfeeder
CalfOTel closes the year 2020 with a special offer! Until the end of the month December you receive a discount on the new CalfOTel Milkfeeder.
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