P & D Barn Floor Grooving has grooved millions of square feet of American Dairies since 1992!
Our business continues to grow through referrals from our customers. We sincerely "THANK YOU" for recommending us.
Farmers prefer working with P & D Barn Floor Grooving because I pay attention to the movement of their cattle and the direction of travel, and position the grooves accordingly to give the cattle the best footing possible and true slip resistant flooring.
While diary farmers make up the majority of our barn floor grooving clientele, we also help prevent cattle injury for:
When new cement is poured, most cement floor contractors will have grooves “floated” in the cement. The problem is that the grooves are rounded and they only go only in 1 direction.
Years of scraping and cleaning barn floor concrete can cause the floor to get polished and slick.
Another reason to groove concrete barn floors is that a cow can lose their footing while being “ridden” by another cow (through heat detection). Single cutting grooves in the cement provide minimal help ONLY if the cow slips in ONE DIRECTION!
Double cutting with our unique diamond pattern and mini grooves provides maximum protection by preventing hoof slippage in ALL DIRECTIONS!
When a farmer loses a cow to a “splits” injury, they risk losing not only the animal itself, but also a lot of potential revenue from milk production and the loss of good breeding stock.
Whether working on a freshly poured floor or one with existing grooves, I “groove” at an angle over the floated grooves, using my diamonds blades to give the original grooves a sharp 90 degree edge that helps protect the cows by enabling them to easily move in any direction, while allowing the farmer to scrape the floor clean without hitting the grooves.
Contact us for more information on barn floor grooving, or call (608) 225-3595 to make YOUR concrete floors skid resistant and safe for YOUR cattle.
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