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Roy-L-Heat Animal Warmer

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Roy-L-Heat Animal Warmer Smucker Mfg
 Don't allow hypothermia to chill your cow/calf profits!
18 of 18 people found the following testimonial helpful.
Calf Mother
Posted By: Crawfish Valley, VA (RURAL RETREAT, VA) Mar 4, 2008

We purchased one of these calf warmers three years ago. I researched all of the ones available and found the features of the Roy-L-Heat best met our needs. We were calving first calf heifers in the snow, ice and bitter winds of SW Virginia and were staying up all night trying to warm calves, often three or four at a time. The first night we used this warmer it paid for itself. The calves (2) were born in wind chills of 10 degrees but were warmed and hungry as quickly as we could thaw colostrum for them. The next morning Mamas were ready to feed the hungry little fellas and we saved 9 months of time and investment. The only improvement I could request is a DC motor so it could be run directly from a car battery rather than an inverter or generator.
 
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20 of 20 people found the following testimonial helpful.
Owner- Kanel Cattle Co. Dawson, NE
Posted By: N. KANEL (DAWSON, NE) Feb 6, 2008

This is the best thing since sliced bread. I calve in January and February. I've always had a heated room to get calves in, but this is a superior method. Getting the air flowing around the calves is a life saver. I used it a dozen or more times in the first week. If you calve when it's cold and wet, this is a MUST! I'd reccomend it to anyone.
 
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22 of 23 people found the following testimonial helpful.
Director
Posted By: Roche, D (GARLAND, UT) Jan 23, 2008

This Roy-L-Heat Calf Hutch warmer is wonderful. We have two on our ranch and they can save animals. I recommend putting them out in the calving pens and hooking them up to a battery or other electrical outlet. Then when a calf is in need of thermal care you can immmediately go to work on him by putting the animal in the hutch. I have also found this beneficial to use for a dog box. The thermostatic controlled heater will have your dog barking praises. This is a very rugged and durable product. It comes with a thermostat on top that allows you to monitor and control the temperature inside.
 
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