Click & Collect - from over 50 stores
Free Delivery - on orders over £350(T&C's Apply)
Trade Accounts - pay monthly credit terms

Bateman Mechanical Lamb Weigher

In stock
SKU
48533
£741.25 £617.71
  • Mechanical lamb weigher 
  • Fully galvanised
  • Built to last by Bateman
  • Suitable for indoor and outdoor use
  • Manufacturers recommend that clock should be covered if being stored outside as water damage is likely to occur
  • Important tool for marketing lambs and ensuring they are the optimum weight
  • Complete with a weighing clock
  • Maximum weight capacity of 100kg
  • Dimensions: 1000mm (L) x 550mm (D) x 1000mm (H)
  • Replacement clock is also available to purchase, see item number 35131
  • Buy 3 for £727.16 £605.97 each and save 2%
  • Buy 4 for £727.16 £605.97 each and save 2%

This Bateman Mechanical Lamb Weigher is fully galvanised and built to last. It is suitable for indoor and outdoor use.

It is an important tool for marketing lambs and ensuring they are the optimum weight.

It is complete with a weighing clock and has a maximum weight capacity of 100kg. It's dimensions are 1000mm (L) x 550mm (D) x 1000mm (H).

A replacement clock is also available to purchase, see item number 35131.

More Information
ManufacturerBateman
Write Your Own Review
You're reviewing:Bateman Mechanical Lamb Weigher
Your Rating

Related Products

Related Articles

Preparing for Lambing
Preparing for Lambing in 2022

Achievement of lamb growth targets starts with the right preparations ahead of lambing. What happens from scanning through to the first four to six weeks of ewe and lamb nutrition has a huge influence on lamb daily live weight gain (DLWG) and how quickly they can leave the farm.    

In episode 3 of Wynnstay Agri-Hub podcast, season 2, I was joined by youngstock specialist Laura Monk and national beef and sheep specialist Bryn Hughes to look ahead to prepare for the upcoming lambing season. We talked through the critical stages which influence lamb success, starting with ewe nutrition during pregnancy.

Read More
How can I prevent joint illness in my lambs?
How can I prevent joint illness in my lambs?

Two thirds of all joint ill cases are caused by the bacteria Streptococcus Dysgalactiae – the same bacteria that causes mastitis in cows. The other third of cases are preventable through adequate colostrum uptake.

Read More
Weaning Spare Lambs
Weaning Spare Lambs

Weaning can be considered a simple change from milk feeding to solid feeding but in truth it is a balancing act between maximising early feed efficiency and managing rumen development.

Read More
Are You Investing in Lamb Nutrition to Bolster Performance?
Are You Investing in Lamb Nutrition to Bolster Performance?

In mid-season lambing flocks, the aim is to get lambs to 32 to 42kg as soon as possible, capitalising on early feed conversion efficiency (FCE). Investing in early nutrition to capitalise on this early growth potential will pay dividends.

With the fortnight of Eid celebrations commencing in mid-July, those who lambed early to mid-March need to get lambs finished quickly to ensure they don’t miss market opportunities.

Read More
Ewe Colostrum: The substance for Success
Ewe Colostrum: The Substance for Success

We are all aware of the importance of ewe colostrum as the first feed and antibodies has always been the ‘buzz’ word, however, successful colostrum feeding is a considerably bigger picture.

Read More
Hygiene at Lambing
Hygiene at Lambing

Hygiene is crucial during lambing to help reduce stock losses through infections such as; watery mouth, joint ill and scours, and mastitis and metritis in ewes.

Read More
Lamb Rearing FAQs
Lamb Rearing FAQs

Discover the comminly asked Lamb Rearing questions. We begin with 'how much labour can be saved by swapping from bottle feeding to ad lib feeding milk to lambs?'

Read More
Preventing Twin Lamb Disease
Preventing Twin Lamb Disease

Elevated energy demands placed on pregnant ewes in late gestation mean sheep can lose condition and suffer from twin lamb disease. This produces ketones as fat reserves are used as an energy source as opposed to glucose in the bloodstream.

Read More
Search engine powered by ElasticSuite © 2022 Wynnstay Group Plc