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Pail Toper For Cleaning Udders
Cow cleanup on the Roger Neumann farm in Kewaskum, Wis., has been updated with a new-style, hand-held udder washer.
"Roll-about carts are noisy, costly and harder to keep clean. We easily carry towels and solution right to the animals in our 60-cow stanchion barn," explains Neumann, who built the new cleaning tool by attaching a handle to an ordinary paper towel dispenser, which he mounted above a metal pail.
"We've used the `Pail Topper' for two years. Milk quality has consistently met certification standards during that time. We're sold on the idea,'' Neumann told FARM SHOW.
He's looking for a manufacturer for the just-patented device, as well as suggestions for possible new uses.
For more information, contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Robert Neumann, 4265 Hwy. H - West, Kewaskum, Wis. 53040.

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