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Nicola @ Moore Concrete

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We have been supplying an extensive range of quality agricultural precast solutions since 1978.


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Our extensive product range has been developed through the company’s customer led approach. Working closely with farmers, contractors and local universities we are constantly looking for innovative solutions to support modern day agriculture including our uniquely designed Bunker Walls, recently added Ox Strain Posts and Surefoot Slip Resistant Slats with 50% more grip.

We are proud to have worked on numerous large and small projects across the UK and Ireland.

Some of Our Precast Concrete Products in Use

Bunker Walls

Ultimate flexible bulk storage, ideal for grain, crops, fertiliser, aggregate, solid fuel, silage & waste material. The unique curved shape has been developed to allow the free flow of material to the floor with a 100mm straight portion at the bottom edge to aid the removal of material from the bay.


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Prestressed Wall Panels
Our Concrete Horizontal Wall Panels come in a wide range of sizes and depths meaning they are suitable for a variety of applications; from forming walls in livestock buildings to the retention of bulk materials.

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Free Standing Retainer 'L' Walls
These are ideal to create storage bays and temporary divides for the bulk storage of materials such as silage, feedstuffs, coal or aggregates. Often these free standing retainer walls are referred to as L walls due to the shape of their design.
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Regardless of ground conditions, Ox Strain Posts provide a durable, strong, maintenance free, fencing solution with a 50 year design. Used in conjunction with a specially designed top hat allows installation using most standard post drivers.


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Major New Dairy Unit
Incorporating Surefoot Slats with 50% more grip, Cubicle End Walls, Cubicle Bases, Passage Covers, Support Beams & In House Drinkers.

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Feed Troughs
We manufacture 6 different designs both single and double sided suitable for use with dairy and beef cattle. Our livestock feed troughs are durable and ideally suited for use with diet feeders ensuring food stuffs are kept clean and within livestock reach at all times.

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Drinking Troughs
Our Water troughs range in capacity from 15 Gallon (68 litres) to 500 Gallon (2270 litres), creating options suitable for sheep and any size of beef or dairy cattle. They are widely available from merchants throughout the UK & Ireland.

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Nicola @ Moore Concrete

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Cereals Exhibitor
Good Morning and welcome to Moore Concrete's Stand for Virtual Cereals 2020.

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Don't hesitate to ask us for further information on the wide variety of products we offer !
 

Nicola @ Moore Concrete

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Cereals Exhibitor
Its that time of the year again, have you sorted your storage solutions?

Our unique curved shaped bunker walls are perfect to allow the free flow of grain and other materials to the bottom of the bunker.

Ask us about it now........
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Nicola @ Moore Concrete

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Check out our Pre-stressed Wall panels designed for speed of installation, strength, durability and versatility.

Our Concrete Horizontal Wall Panels come in a wide range of sizes and depths meaning they are suitable for a variety of applications including grain storage.

Any enquiries give us a shout...028 2565 2566
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Nicola @ Moore Concrete

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Did you know we manufacture a range of tractor weights in various tonnages including 0.5T, 0.75T, 1T, 1.25T & 1.5T?

For advice on your specific requirements give a member of our Agri Team a call on 028 2565 2566

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Nicola @ Moore Concrete

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This evening why not take a minute and have a look at the video showing off our drive-able concrete Ox Strainer Post? Yes, you can drive it in with a post driver and no, it doesn't crack. Have a look for yourself and let us know what you think.

 
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Nicola @ Moore Concrete

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Welcome back for Day 2 of Virtual Cereals

Contact us to find out more about our storage solutions including Bunker Walls, Pre-stressed Wall Panels and Free Standing Retaining Walls.

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Nicola @ Moore Concrete

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Bunker Walls
Here's another example of how our bunker walls provide the ultimate flexible bulk storage. Ideal for grain, crops, fertiliser, aggregate, solid fuel, silage & waste material.

Are you ready for Harvest?

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Nicola @ Moore Concrete

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Thank you for all your inquires throughout the show, looks like we are finally turning a corner after recent times. Hopefully we will see you all soon.
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Firefighters douse tractor ‘well alight in a field’

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Written by Agriland Team

Firefighters were called in to extinguish a tractor which was “well alight in a field” in Somerset, England, this week.

The incident occurred yesterday afternoon, Wednesday, July 29, on Chilton Road, Chilton Polden, Bridgwater, in the English county, local firefighters confirmed.

In a brief report on the matter, Devon and Somerset Fire and Rescue Service said: “Fire control received calls to a tractor on fire at Chilton Polden, Bridgwater.

“Fire control sent two fire engines from Bridgwater, one fire engine from Street and one water bowser from Yeovil.

Once the crew got in attendance the officer in charge confirmed one tractor well alight in a field...
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