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Thomas & Fontaine Secure Covers

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SECURE COVERS
  • Reduces surface waste
  • Keeps silage sheet in contact with with silage surface
  • Finely knitted mesh
  • Prevents bird damage
  • When pulled down, stops birds feeding on the feed face
  • Made from strong and durable materials
  • Can prevent damge to silage sheets from cats, dogs, people and even cattle
  • 10 year full UV stability guaranteed
  • Variety of sizes available - see below

Thomas & Fontaine Secure Covers were designed and developed in the UK and are made from the highest quality, finely knitted, UV stable polyethylene. Secure covers are used over normal polythene silage sheets and are fixed in place using the secure cover gravel bags. Once fitted, the unique construction of these secure covers allow them to disperse wind gusts; ensuring that the silage sheet remains in contact with the silage on the pit at all times.

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