Neck Strap with chain, 58" tether pipe & roof eye-bolts
  • Preferred vs fence
    • Easier access for cleaning
    • Avoids snow drifts created by fences
    • More contact with calves... easier to train show animals and heifers
    • Lower cost... faster to set up, move & store
  • Sturdy chain (4'L with 3/16" thick links) glides along length of galvanized pipe (1-1/4" dia x 14 ga.). Pipe is mounted under center ridge of roof, using a 3/8" x 2-1/2" eyebolt (furnished), on each end. Eye-bolts can also be used for lifting hutch.
  • Chain movement is usually restricted to inside of hutch the first day (to allow calf to adapt to restraint system), or when weather is cold. Insert clevis pin (furnished), through a hole in pipe at center of hutch. Simply remove pin and reinsert in pipe hole nearest door, to allow calf to walk outside.


2 or 3-quart, poly bottle with soft rubber nipple

Hay feeder with door

Sturdy, poly construction. Bolts to inside side wall of hutch toward rear— includes side door & latch, plus 3/8" dia. solid-aluminum hinge pin (access opening will need to be cut in side wall)

Front Enlosure

  • Keeps calves in hutch
  • Permits front feeding
  • Includes: 2-PVC tubes
    (1-1/4" OD dia.) & 2-bungie straps

Fence attachment hardware

Includes two rods (1/2" galv. tube) plus four eyebolts (3/8" x 2-1/2" and 1-1/2") with nuts and washers

Bottle holder

Bedding door

Extra, side door for adding bedding. Usually installed toward rear of hutch. Includes side door & latch, plus 3/8" dia. solid aluminum hinge pin (access opening will need to be cut in side wall)

Storm door

  • For very cold/windy climates
  • Protects calves
  • Eliminates shoveling snow out of hutch
  • Sturdy, poly construction
  • Quickly installed or removed