Clark Phelps: please send contact info to firstname.lastname@example.org i'm interested in building a parlor like this and would appreciate some info. thanks, Clark
Clark Phelps: would you please send me your contact info, would like to discuss plans on building a parlor like this,thanks, clark
Desiree Schlicher: I am very interested in the milking set up that you have. Is it possible that we can discuss some of this? Please respond asap. We are building a parlor this summer and yours is the best we have seen so far.
Last Min: Are they going the milk the large he-goat that entered the chain at around 1:25 ????
tyntyn adams: can you help me with design of this system, it just too lovely
Joe Buck: Hello, I am also interested in pictures with the measurements. My son is interested in starting a milking herd and we are looking into milking options...along with the other million details...
Thanks for sharing.
Myles N Cindy: The goats seem to like this double sided milking parlour (parlor)- probably due to the feed they get. See the plank they walk to get to the second side. I don't agree with allowing bucks into the milking parlour however.
Goat Veterinary Consultancies - goatvetoz: Dairy Goat Milking Parlor - I don't agree with letting bucks come into the milking parlor however http://ow.ly/trZ2u
Sandra Baxendell (goatvetoz): The goats seem to like this double sided milking parlour (parlor)- probably due to the feed they get. See the plank they walk to get to the second side. I don't agree with allowing bucks into the milking parlour however.
Timothy Snider: What's with the buck coming in???
ben masemore: Hi, can you send me the pictures with the measurements as well? Also curious about the source for the spring loaded gates? Is the other side indeed sold? Looking to build a parlor, and yours is the best design I've seen by far! email@example.com
Joe Mills: Delicious :)
Pat Lee: Any help would be much appreciated. patrick"at" watchwerks"dot"com
Pat Lee: That's a thing of beauty! Im starting a dairy at an alternative school for "at-risk" youth, in Taos, NM, and would love to build a 6x6 version of your masterpiece! (With your permission, of course!
Pat Lee: Test
ljbobb1: udderly amazing system! Love the dog herding them out at the end too!