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A. F. Klinzing Co., Inc.
Address:
Fond du Lac, WI
No. of patents:
1
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
5392731 Walk-though flat barn parlor February 28, 1995
A walk-through flat barn parlor comprises a number of modular stalls for managing dairy cows. Each module has a frame to which a pair of gates are mounted. The axes of rotation for the gates make compound angles with the vertical such that the gates are biased by gravity to rotate from a

 
 
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