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2 simple ways to check if your slats have signs of cracks or faults

Independent IE

Firefighters recently saved three cattle from a slurry tank after the cattle fell in and almost drowned and Teagasc is reminding farmers to check their slats for signs of cracks and faults.

Checking slats should be a task completed prior to housing time, according to Teagasc Farm Management Specialist, Tom Ryan. However, he said the next best time to check is today.

2 simple ways to check if your slats have signs of cracks or faults Firefighters recently saved three cattle from a slurry tank after the cattle fell in and almost drowned and Teagasc is reminding farmers to check their slats for signs of cracks and faults. Firefighters recently saved three cattle from a slurry tank after the cattle fell in and almost drowned and Teagasc is reminding farmers to check their slats for signs of cracks and faults.

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