Brood-Grow A-Frame Systems
A-Frame Pullet Cages
Chore-Time’s A-Frame Pullet Cages provide an excellent environment for growth with maximum feed savings and manure handling.
Sturdy Welded A-Frame Structure
Rugged A-Frame stands provide durable support for Chore-Time’s A-Frame cages without the need for truss rods. All system components, including cages and feed troughs, tie directly into our projection-welded A-Frame support system for added stability.
Other Cage Features
- Cages are available in 2-high to 4-high models in cage rows up to 750 feet (230 meters) long.
- Galfan® and galvanized steel construction for durability and corrosion resistance.*
- Galfan cage floors provide years of trouble-free use.
- Rust-free PVC rail supports dropping boards.
- Dropping boards are available in plywood or plastic.
- Flexible cage floor is better for birds’ feet.
- Two-piece cages for quicker assembly.
- Straight-front cage design features a springloaded push-in door for convenient access to growing birds for vaccinations or other treatments.
- Step rails are available to protect feed trough.
- Adjustable feed shield helps conserve feed while birds grow.
- System is covered by Chore-Time’s generous cage warranty and solid backing. (See Chore-Time’s full written warranty for complete warranty details.)
*Galfan is not owned or licensed by CTB, Inc. and is the sole property of its respective owner.
Chore-Time Dropping Board Scraper Manure Handling System
Chore-Time Dropping Board Scraper System Features
- Each tier except the bottom has its own set of plywood or plastic dropping boards, sloped toward the back.
- The scraper features offset blades which help prevent plugging and hold tight to the boards for smooth, even scraping.
- Drive units feature reliable 1/4 HP motors and operate scrapers in cage row lengths up to 750 feet (230 meters).
- Drive mechanism is designed to protect critical parts from damage should a problem occur.
- Use with Chore-Time’s TURBO HOUSE® System for even dryer, more manageable manure; uniform temperature in all parts of the cage building; less ammonia and odors, and lower mortality.