livestock/alpaca panels

livestock/alpaca panels

 
WE MAKE THE ORIGINAL ALPACA PANELS FOUND AT MOST MAJOR AND REGIONAL ALPACA SHOWS...

... however Alpacas are not the only livestock that our panels are suited to... 
We have sold them to goat studs and they’ve been used for sheep and even larger dogs. Boar Goat shows have used them and they’ve kept in the miniature horses at 2011 Equitana, and headed to Martin Place, Sydney in 2015.

They are a perfect design for miniature livestock with the mesh main section that both prevents animals from pushing their heads through the panels, but also provides an ideal barrier to those wayward hoofs that might otherwise connect with an innocent bystander or get caught in a standard livestock panel normally used for larger stock.

But before you start looking, here is a little history.
        History??? 
            ... they’re just fence panels, aren’t they!!!
Yes!, but we’re proud of these ones.

In 1994 Mum and Dad started Kurralea Alpacas and in about 1995 Dad decided they needed to be able to control their growing herd a little more easily, particularly at shearing time, but also at other times throughout the year (worming, vaccinations, toe nail trimming, eating grass on the lawn without eating the garden plants.)

So the Original Alpaca Panel was created. Dad put together a clever little template, the original is still used today. In following years Dad made a few panels and used them not only in the paddocks, but also at displays, including Castle Towers Shopping Centre, the opening of the new Comleroy Road Public School and The Sydney Opera House.

Other local breeders started showing some interest, so Dad actually had the opportunity to sell some. He had also designed a range of accessories which fit the panels. Soon the very first trailer full was ordered by the Australian Alpaca Association Hawkesbury Blue Mountains Region - the HBM region now has 170.

Since about 2005, Ironbark Ridge Alpacas has been making them. 

The panels are used at most NSW shows, and were even copied by the AAA when they made the set now used at National Show.
WE MAKE THE ORIGINAL ALPACA PANELS FOUND AT MOST MAJOR AND REGIONAL ALPACA SHOWS...


... however Alpacas are not the only livestock that our panels are suited to...

We have sold them to goat studs and they’ve been used for sheep and even larger dogs. Boar Goat shows have used them and they’ve kept in the miniature horses at 2011 Equitana, and headed to Martin Place, Sydney in 2015.


They are a perfect design for miniature livestock with the mesh main section that both prevents animals from pushing their heads through the panels, but also provides an ideal barrier to those wayward hoofs that might otherwise connect with an innocent bystander or get caught in a standard livestock panel normally used for larger stock.


But before you start looking, here is a little history.

        History???

            ... they’re just fence panels, aren’t they!!!

Yes!, but we’re proud of these ones.


In 1994 Mum and Dad started Kurralea Alpacas and in about 1995 Dad decided they needed to be able to control their growing herd a little more easily, particularly at shearing time, but also at other times throughout the year (worming, vaccinations, toe nail trimming, eating grass on the lawn without eating the garden plants.)


So the Original Alpaca Panel was created. Dad put together a clever little template, the original is still used today. In following years Dad made a few panels and used them not only in the paddocks, but also at displays, including Castle Towers Shopping Centre, the opening of the new Comleroy Road Public School and The Sydney Opera House.


Other local breeders started showing some interest, so Dad actually had the opportunity to sell some. He had also designed a range of accessories which fit the panels. Soon the very first trailer full was ordered by the Australian Alpaca Association Hawkesbury Blue Mountains Region - the HBM region now has 170.


Since about 2005, Ironbark Ridge Alpacas has been making them.


The panels are used at most NSW shows, and were even copied by the AAA when they made the set now used at National Show.


 
Current 2018 Price List
FULL PANELS - $115 EACH
HALF PANELS - $68 EACH
300MM EXTENSIONS - $50
900MM EXTENSIONS - $55
STALL TOPS - $65
FEET - $8 (pair)
Spare pins - $6ea

Current 2018 Price List

FULL PANELS - $115 EACH

HALF PANELS - $68 EACH

300MM EXTENSIONS - $50

900MM EXTENSIONS - $55

STALL TOPS - $65

FEET - $8 (pair)

Spare pins - $6ea

Panels and accessories are 
made to order.

Panels and accessories are

made to order.

These panels are great for alpacas, miniature horses, goats and sheep.
 They are made from galvanised steel to prevent rusting and have a range of interchangeable accessories.

These panels are great for alpacas, miniature horses, goats and sheep.

They are made from galvanised steel to prevent rusting and have a range of interchangeable accessories.

If you have any questions or would like to place an order feel free to give us a call or send us an email. 


Andrew & Fiona Maxwell
Ironbark Ridge Alpacas
Ph: (02) 4573-2142
enquiries@ironbarkridgealpacas.com.au

If you have any questions or would like to place an order feel free to give us a call or send us an email.



Andrew & Fiona Maxwell

Ironbark Ridge Alpacas

Ph: (02) 4573-2142

enquiries@ironbarkridgealpacas.com.au

Ideal for temporary fencing, or containing animals for show preparation, vet checks, shearing, matings, birthings, etc

Ideal for temporary fencing, or containing animals for show preparation, vet checks, shearing, matings, birthings, etc

Half panel - great for easier access.

Half Panel                     Full sized (2100mm) panel

Half Panel                     Full sized (2100mm) panel

The Original and Best Alpaca Panel