Fertiliser & Machinery Sheds - Cascade, WA

The Carmody Family farm in the Cascade area located 120km north-west of Esperance. As part of their cropping programme, protection was required for the season’s fertiliser before and during the sowing season along with the essential all year round machinery shelter to keep their gear remaining in top condition.

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A (18 x 15 x 6.4M) shed with 1.8M concrete L-block bunker walls was originally supplied for designated fertiliser storage and a further shed of same size as Stage 2 of the development for machinery storage. Both sheds share the same door track system with extended outriggers to allow a full width shed end openings for optimum access.

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“We started off with one shed which we got for the fertiliser shed and during seeding we use that for all our fert and urea and during the off season it houses the seed hawk. We decided to upgrade and get another one beside it for our machinery shed. It took no time at all for the guys to put the shed up, it took the builders about a week. They look very nice in the yard, very easy to open and close, very accessible and house the machinery and the fert very well. We have got a few scrappy sheds around the place so in the future we will probably be looking to upgrade them and if we do we will be definitely using these guys again, couldn’t recommend them highly enough”

- John Carmody
Owner

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