I bought a new ifor 14ft sent it back afyer 1 day, was made of cheap crap, nothing fitted correctly section gates didnt fit , floor was not secured correctly and felt like it waoyld fall to bits in 5 mins.
You do know that the vmd have told all wholesalers that they are not allowed to sell dip to anyone with either a jetter or a shower from now on as it isnt licenced for the use in anthing but a plung dip!
Its different from the run of the mill agri contractor thats what i would say personally! However the other chap has a fantastic buisness and cant tak anything away from him best of luck thats a i can say.
6 years contracting , but have always dipped at home.
Big rise in farmers wanting to get there sheep dipped in the last 3 years. Alot of farmers goinf away from pour-ons and injectables and realizing the benefits of dipping again.
No i just specialise in sheep dipping as a contractor, we cover all areas, run 3 dipping units two of which are hydrolic cage dippers, and currently dip over 200,000 sheep a year.
I also have a mixed farm of my own. Hope that answers your question
I understand what you are saying however it only affects a small proportion for time restraints, as as if you are holding on to your lambs that bit longer or like myself who sell stores it does not affect it