Roller Compacted Concrete: How it Helps Feedlot Owners

Roller Compacted concrete has been around since the 1960s but recently has been making waves in the cattle industry.

It is a drier, easier to compact form of concrete without steel reinforcement. It is also quite economical to install and is much more resistant to heavy weights and high heat than traditional asphalt.

To read more about RCC please visit https://cattlefeeders.ca/how-roller-compacted-concrete-is-improving-cattle-health-in-feedlot-pens/

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