Overcoming Today’s Environmental Challenges In Cattle Feeding

Feedlot Environmental Systems furnishes a completely turnkey system that will perform year after year to control your feedlot environment. Cattle will be protected from heat stress, dust, phenomena, fly and odor problems, and the acceptance of sensitive neighbors will increase.

Our computerized variable frequency pumping systems provides the convenience to control your feedlot environment from a remote location.

Feedlot Environmental's controlled irrigation systems include training, tech suppot, self diagnostic tools, and a fail-safe backup.


Environmental Benefits

  • Feedlot Sprinkling Eliminates Dust Clouds.
  • Sprinkling lowers the temperature 10° – 15° F.
  • Healthier environment for employees and cattle.
  • Fly problems are solved simply & effectively.
  • Odor is easily controlled.

Health & Performance Benefits

  • Summers feed conversions are greatly improved.
  • Feeding patterns are regulated resulting in reduced incidences of enterotoxaemia and bloat.
  • Air-born bacteria and pathogens are reduced.
  • Summer respiratory problems are solved.
  • Death losses are reduced.
  • Feedlot Operators have increased profit and greater public acceptance of their operation.

Operation & Maintenance

  • System typically pays back 3-5 years.
  • System one time cost $15-25 per Head.
  • Fifteen years experience in dust control.
  • 1,000,000 Cattle cooled each year.
  • Proven components & installation methods.
  • Typical maintenance less than 1% annually.
  • System is very effective for dewatering.




Proven Results

" The effects of heat stress are minimized. 
odor is reduced. Air-borne bacteria and pathogens are reduce the fly population controlled."
University of Oklahoma extension office study


."Dust clouds were eliminated & we’ll pay for the system in three to five years."
— Tom Basabe “Vise-President and General Manager, Simplot Land and Livestock Group”


"Death loss is reduced by 10 –15%. "
Dick “Doc” Fredrickson DVM


"Summer feed conversions are greatly improved and feeding patterns are regulated resulting in reduced incidences of enteroxaemia and bloat."
Dick “Doc” Fredrickson DVM


"Temperatures are lowered 10 – 15 degrees, creating a healthier environment for cattle and employees."
University of Nebraska Extension Study

"Cattle pulls decreased by 40–50 percent."
Dick “Doc” Fredrickson DVM


"Feedlot operators have increased profit and public acceptance of their operation."
Lee Borck, President, Ward Feeders