There’s a lot about Mid Valley Manufacturing that you may not know. As an industry leader in the design, manufacturing, and installation of dairy cattle handling systems, we offer a wide range of dairy barn products. However, we also service customers outside of the farming industry. Read how we helped the town of Ladysmith BC with their Biosolids Treatment Facility.
Along with cattle confinement barns, we also make a wide range of cow handling equipment systems. Call us toll free at 1-888-854-4568 to ask about professional cattle handling equipment design or maintenance and repair services.
Located in the heart of the Fraser Valley in Abbotsford, British Columbia, Canada, Mid Valley Manufacturing has been serving the agricultural community in Canada, the United States, and internationally for more than three decades. We offer custom solutions for dairy cattle handling systems and feeding, plus barn cleaning and maintenance.
Mid Valley has developed many custom and specialized cattle confinement systems. These have been designed to improve dairy cow comfort and make the lives of hard-working farmers around the world easier and more efficient. We specialize in taking any sized dairy farm project from concept and design to manufacturing, professional installation, and continued maintenance.
No matter what type of dairy cattle handling system or equipment you need (or want updated) we can help. We are one of North America’s leading dairy farm equipment suppliers.
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Mid Valley’s cow confinement, feeding, cleaning, and cattle handling equipment is being used on dairy farms all over the world including in the USA and the Netherlands. We are also able to design, install, and service your custom dairy farm equipment anywhere in British Columbia, Canada.
Would you like more information about Mid Valley Manufacturing, our services, or about our dairy cattle handling systems? We would love to answer any questions you have about cattle handling equipment.
You can read this BC Ministry of Acriculture PDF file for more information on BC Dairy Farm Best Practices.