Who built Hamilton Saleyards?
We did! Central Steel Build.
And it’s now a huge part of the local community.
The Hamilton Regional Livestock Exchange is held at the Hamilton Saleyards, which Central Steel Build is proud to have constructed. This event Australia’s busiest of its kind, selling approximately one million sheep and 50,000 cattle annually. The magnificent venue attracts vendors from all over regional Victoria, as far afield as Horsham, Skipton, Mortlake and Warrnambool and from NSW and QLD. The saleyards were completed in three stages, bringing its total covered area to 22,0002.
Stage one and two have already been completed and are seen below.
To see our aerial drone footage of the saleyards, take a look at the video below:
How Do Horses Communicate?
A horse’s main method of communication is through body language. They also communicate with neighs and whinnies.
Also very central to a horse;’s communication are their ears. Ear can helps horses point out areas of interest. Similarly, the direction a horse is looking is used to communicate the location of things like food.
Although things like tail movements are useful for humans when interpreting the behaviour and emotions of horses, this these kinds of signals are less important for horses when communicating with each other.
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Helicopter Hangar, Torquay
We recently build a helicopter with attached living quarters.
A very impressive project, with a simple, unassuming exterior.
Have a look below to see some of the photos we took while on site:
To see more of our hangars, download our HangaBuild brochure.