Hoof Trimming Chutes & Equipment
Located in the West Plains of Texas, and operating since 1969, Riley Built ® is dedicated to providing quality hoof trimming chutes and hoof trimming equipment to customers around the world. Never before has there been a dairy hoof trimming system like ours. And for your convenience, we offer three Hoof Trimming Models to chose from.
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Hoof Trimming ChutesDairy Hoof Trimming Chutes are available in three different models:
Stationary Hoof Trimming Chute
Tandem Axle Trailer Trimming Chute
1 Ton Ford Truck Trimming Chute
Hoof Trimming Training
Our training program consists of one training officer per trainee. Learn More
Hoof Trimming School
Our school is 95% hands on, on the job training. Training officers are proficient, professional hoof trimmers. Learn More
Thank you for allowing me the opportunity to visit Texas and spend some time hoof trimming with you. It was a great experience. The knowledge I gained has helped me in consulting clients on preventative hoof care in my veterinary practice.
I was very impressed with your chute design especially the safety and ease of handling for both the operator and animal. Cow after cow was quickly restrained for trimming without injury or stress and remained calm through the entire procedure. I am fully convinced that a tilt system such as yours is safer and more humane than an upright chute using only belly bands for support. The view of the hooves your table provides is excellent for accurate diagnosis and treatment of any claw or foot problem.
Your chute proved more than adequate for the handling of every frame size of animal. An important compliment of your chute is how little physical effort is required by the trimmer apart from the actual trimming itself. Having trimmed animals in manual chutes, I can fully appreciate the total automation in your chute. From a disease prevention standpoint, it was nice not to have manure contaminate the work area or subsequent cows in the chute. Congratulations on a winning design, and keep up the good work.
Sincerely, Alan Langill DVM
Seneca Bovine Services, Marengo, IL