Michele Jones - Tuesday, April 05, 2016

Stockyard will again be exhibiting our products  at PIX 2016 Poultry Information Exchange 29-31 May 2016. Our team will be looking forward to seeing you there!

Stockyard moves into Bigger Warehouse in Bendigo

Michele Jones - Monday, August 17, 2015

During July, Stockyard moved into a bigger warehouse in North Bendigo to provide both their Pig and Poultry customers reliable availability of our extensive product range and offer a prompt service. The new Warehouse has 650sq metres of storage plus and office space of 100sq metres and is located at 65-67 Holdsworth Road, North Bendigo .The premises is also equipped with a formal meeting room if customers which to discuss projects. Due to our business expanding in both industries, Stockyard believed it was necessary to provide a larger southern Warehouse which will provide a more extensive range of products at a more competitive price. To assist in providing this service, Stockyard has appointed a Warehouse Manager to oversee the efficient management of orders, stock control and freight. Ryan Rees Started in July in this role and comes with more than 7 years experience in Warehouse management and customer service. You can contact Ryan directly at the Warehouse on 0438658259 or email any orders to . Steve Clohesy (0427 733 141) and Kyle Pearse (0488 045 388) are also always available for any sales enquires or orders.



New Poultry Sheds In Queensland

Michele Jones - Thursday, July 23, 2015


Stockyard Completes New Poultry Sheds in Queensland

Stockyard have recently supplied equipment and assisted in the coordination with shed builders and installers of six conventional Poultry sheds near Warwick in Queensland. The Sheds are 160m x17m with 4 feedlines and 5 drinker lines per shed with a 52,000 bird capacity. The Sheds have complete Big Dutchman equipment with 65T HE silos and VC 130 cones fans for tunnel ventilation and measured wind speed of 3.8m/sec which exceeds the Inghams specifications. The sheds also consist of 3 rows of 30W Agrilamps LED lights delivering an average lux of 33+. The first 3 sheds had birds placed in May and the next 2 sheds are scheduled for placement at the end of July, early August.