O-Series

35 | 85 (XXL)

The largest calf hutch available – perfect for pairing!

The Calf-Tel 35|85 (XXL) calf hutch is 44% larger than our existing 24|74 calf hutch, and 26% larger than other XL calf hutches on the market. When a larger size calf hutch is preferred due to climate or long-term needs, the 35|85 (XXL) calf hutch is the right choice. The spaciousness of the 35|85 (XXL) calf hutch makes it the perfect hutch for pairing calves.

  • Optional inside feeding available
  • Optional feeding configurations include outside feed pail for liquid and a hutch- or fence-mounted bottle holder
  • The most efficient bedding door available
  • Extra hutch length provides protection in cold and damp conditions

Compatible C-Series Fencing Options

35|85 Naming Defined:
3.5 Interior Square Meters | 8’x5′ Exterior Footprint

Specifications

Dimensions
Outside98.5” L x 60.5” W x 59.5” H
250cm x 154cm x 151cm
Inside Usable Calf Space95.5” L x 57.5” W x 136” H
243cm x 146cm x 136cm
Weight95 lbs.
43 kg.

Features & Benefits

Optional Lower Vents

Calf-Tel strives to help you produce healthy, productive calves. Add lower vents to your calf hutch for added ventilation and airflow.

Adjustable Ventilation

Proper air flow is one of the most important aspects of calf health. Calf-Tel hutches are designed with an adjustable ventilation system that lets you create the perfect microenvironment for your calves.

Optional Full Open Front

Designed for maximum airflow, the optional full open front creates an ideal microenvironment for your calves.

Optional Inside Feeding System

An optional feeding system keeps food dry and out of the elements, also allowing the calf to avoid extreme weather while eating.

Optional Bedding Door

With the largest bedding door of its kind, the Calf-Tel hutch maximizes efficiency and productivity.

Optional Flat Back Door

Maximum ventilation and airflow are achieved with the optional flat back door.

Barn Windmill

Locate your nearest Calf-Tel dealer

Our dealers understand the complexities of raising cattle and can help identify the best, most cost-effective solution for your operation.