We caught up with Mark Oxley of Oxley Feed Mills to hear a little more about how his hay sheds have changed the way they operate.
Operating for over 100 years, the Feed Mills provide quality livestock feed, primarily to the equestrian industry.
The hay shed in the video above is 72m in length. The large amount of storage allows the Feed Mills to buy hay when its cheap and stockpile it through drier months, giving them an advantage over other hay producers.
“This was our second time around with them. It was a painless experience. Followed right through from start to finish without any drama. We will definitely build with Central Steel Build again.”
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Stage 3 of the Hamilton Saleyards
The third stage of the enormous Hamilton sale yards are underway, bringing the total covered area to a huge 22,000 m2.
Stage 1& 2 (already built) cover the red area. Stage 3 will cover the area marked in blue.
Stage 1 & 2 covering the sale yards during a sheep auction.
AERIAL FOOTAGE OF STAGE 1 & 2
The Hamilton saleyards were recently featured as a case study for the Government-endorsed water saving organisation Clearwater.
STAGE 3 CONSTRUCTION PHOTOS
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