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Below are a few of the projects Agri Design have been involved in.
Chalmerston Farm, Ayrshire

New free range poultry sheds for 32000 birds. 

Agri design submitted planning and building warrant applications for the sheds. We then provided further support to the client and builder as the project progressed on site.

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Chalmerston Free range poultry sheds
Maesgwynne Farm, Llanon

New milking parlour with handling system.
Agri Design was involved in the design of this new parlour gaining planning permission in Oct 2012.

The original ideas of the client were drawn up with an alternative option suggested by Agri Design. The alternate design was a layout to suit the cow flow to and from the existing sheds, reducing external cattle tracks and dirty aprons.  This alternate option was selected by the client as a better site layout, and work continued to refine the design into a detailed planning application. It was then worked up to a set of detailed drawings for the client to pass to builders to price,

The detailed drawings showed
  • Demolition
  • Site plans with realigned foot path
  • General building layout
  • Walls, Rooms
  • Gates, Doors, Windows
  • Drainage 
  • Electrics
  • Floor slopes, steps
  • Detailed plan with dimension and levels
  • Elevations and sections
 
Steel work progressing

 Challoch Farm, Stranraer

New 221 cow dairy unit on a brown field site. This includes cubicles, parlour, collecting area and slurry storage. Agri design submitted planning and building warrant applications for the dairy unit & slurry lagoon. We then provided further support to the client and builder as the project progressed on site.

This project started on site during the summer in 2011 and was part funded with a SRDP grant. 
The cows moved into the shed in November while the builder continued with the milking parlour, dairy and collecting area. The first cows were milked in May 2012.  









 Challoch Farm
Rainton Farm, Newton Stuart

New dairy unit on a green field site. This includes cubicles, parlour, collecting area, calving pens, young stock housing, silage clamps, slurry storage and an anaerobic digestion plant. The unit will act as part of the visitor experience at Cream O Galloway. Members of the public will be able to take a tour of the ice cream making process from calves being born through to cows being milked, then onto ice cream making. 

Rainton Farm
Headge Nook Farm, Yorkshire

New parlour building, Agri Design designed the layout of the parlour exit and handling system. This involved discussing the client’s requirements, sketching up various layouts then putting the gating layout out to tender. 

Headge
 Davidston Farm, Ayrshire

Planning application for a 25kva wind turbine, 
Also planning and building warrant applications for a new parlour and collecting area
 Davidston Farm

Longhouse Farm, Ayrshire

Planning and building warrant applications for cubicle shed extension and slurry store.

Longhouse Farm is owned by Carnell Estates. 

Carnell Estates is a beautiful country house in the magnificent settings of Ayrshire, Scotland. The listed 16th Century Tower and Mansion House is set within extensive gardens and parklands, which make Carnell Estates renowned for luxury accommodation, shooting and golfing breaks.
 
Longhouse Farm

Laigh Kilphin, Ballantrae

New slurry store at Laigh Kilphin Farm. 
Planning and building warrant applications for the slurry store.
 Slurry store under construction

Kings Arms Farm, Ballantrae

Planning and building warrant applications for shed re-roof and the erection of a replacement boat shed at Ballantrae harbour.
 
Replacement timber boat shed