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Humane Rubber Cow Mat, 6' x 4' x 3/4"

Blain # 297882 | Mfr # MAR7240

$42.99

It's not a typical rubber floor mat, and it's not a dog pillow for cows. It's the Humane Rubber Cow Stall Mat: a perfect combination of functionality and comfort. This easy - to - clean mat features a non - absorbing, textured surface over a cushioned mass that makes it great for traction and bedding, while being a great insulator. No stall is complete without the Humane Rubber Cow Stall Mat. Not only will you be glad you added it; your livestock will thank you too.

Features

  • Textured surface
  • Resilient, cushion comfort
  • Easy to clean
  • Reduces bedding volume
  • Reduces volume of waste bedding
  • Insulates against moisture and cold
  • Easy to install
  • Can be used on any firm floor including concrete, clay, compacted dirt, etc.
  • Absolutely non - absorbent
  • Install in new or existing facilities
  • Saves time, labor and money
  • Increases milk productions
  • Anti - fungal / anti - bacterial
  • Made in the USA

Technical Description

All dimensions and weights are nominal
Product is made from recycled material
Height: 3/4"
Width: 4'
Length: 6'
Color: Black

Product Reviews

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Humane Rubber Cow Mat, 6' x 4' x 3/4"
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Blain's Farm and Fleet Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Tiffany N: It seems to be exactly what I need to include in my home gym. Great reviews, and great price! Apr 11, 2014
Mischelle P: price Apr 9, 2014
Andrew S: Good reviews for mat to use for home gym. well prices, shipping charge reasonable and good reputation of Blain's. Jan 6, 2014
Sara K: To give my horses a soft place to stand or lay down outside in their shelter. Dec 6, 2013
KRISTINA P: reviews about how well it works for a home gym. more expensive than other stores, but closer to me. Dec 3, 2013
Simon C: Home Gym - You had best price and deliver Oct 24, 2013
A shopper asked: Hello. I was wondering how to install these mats? Will simply placing them on cement flooring do the trick? Mar 26, 2014
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Owen D: Bought these mats for a gym so if you are using them for cows/livestock my answer probably does not apply. For people use on a hard floor like cement, these are fine without any other preparation or adhesive. They can be moved as needed or if you are covering a finite floor space can be cut and fit together like tiles, again without any other preparation or adhesive. Mar 26, 2014
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ROBERT S: I would say yes. I purchased to use in my home gym. Almost didn't get them because they are so thick but glad I did. Very heavy so you will need another person to carry to location.

Also, they do not roll. Too thick bit that's a good thing because once they are on the ground, they lay flat.

Hope this helps.
Mar 26, 2014
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Jason S: Yup. Just put them down. they weigh a ton, so they're not going to move around much.

I used mine in a garage gym, if you need to anchor them down, you would put an anchor through them. I did for some posts I bolted to the floor over top of the mats.
Mar 26, 2014
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natalie w: Yes, I just laid them on the cement floor, they are great mats, I use them in our workout room, and it absorbs the weights hitting the floor..good luck Mar 26, 2014
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Gwen L: The mats are heavy enough that once you put them down they're not going anywhere. Mine sit directly on the concrete floor. Mar 26, 2014
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Sara K: Yes, that's how we install them at our barn. They are very heavy so you may need a couple people to help move them them. Mar 26, 2014
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Aaron W: Yes, there is no need to fasten them down. They stay in place very well. Mar 26, 2014
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Daniel S: They are extremely heavy. Lay them on the floor they won't move. Mar 27, 2014
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A shopper asked: Is there a pattern/texture on both sides? If not, does the textured side face down? Feb 27, 2014
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Larry P: No pattern on the opposite side. The textured side seen in the thumbnail is used faced up. I use my cow mat 6'x4' x3/4" for a home gym in my garage and because of the weight of each mat, it does not move. Feb 27, 2014
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Mark R: There is a faint texture on the one side and the other side is smooth. I have the smooth side down, but to be honest, I didn't even notice the difference until I checked to answer this question. Mar 3, 2014
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Jackie S: both sides are pretty smooth, one side does have a bit of a difference. shiny side up, and tiles are slick when wet. have used them in a gym and do like very much. the smell disappears in time. Feb 27, 2014
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Anthony D: Pattern on one side. I use the pattern side down. I like having the smooth surface up. Plus the pattern on the bottom allows for moisture to move and dry out better. Feb 27, 2014
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Dave P: The texture is on one side and should go up. The smoother surface would face down.

These are great mats highly recommend them.
Feb 27, 2014
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Brendan W: Textured on one side only. Smooth on the opposite side. I put the textured side down but I suppose it's personal preference. Feb 27, 2014
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Jim W: There is a smooth side. We placed the textured side down and smooth up. It's whatever your preference is. Mar 4, 2014
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