The Ultimate Surface for your Farm Races

StockRock is a well-proven, hard wearing, chalk-like, farm race surface which cements well and is easy on the cows' hooves.

StockRock provides an even, smooth, durable farm race surface. When applied to farm races and tracks in accordance with the Installation Guide (included in the StockRock product information brochure), cow flow to and from the shed is dramatically improved, and herd lameness is reduced. Farmers find that sharp stones no longer appear in the yards. No sharp stones means reduced risk of stone bruises and hoof infections. Ask any farmer who uses StockRock and they will tell you this is the best product they have ever seen or used on their farm races.

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Recent Endorsement

Gavin Vanner- StockRock solves our problems

When asked why he would recommend StockRock, Gavin answers the reason is solely that it works! “There is no other product that allows us to use it as we need it. It solves our problems.”

Located in Kakaramea, South of Taranaki, Gavin Vanner farms 900 cows on 310 Ha.

He first tried StockRock about 6 years ago when he was having trouble solving a problem on his farm.

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StockRock Calculator

Easy online cost estimate

Enter the length and width of your race below. This will give you the actual amount of StockRock you require to cover that area. This does not include any laying or cartage costs on your site/farm. You can “Request a Quote” to get the required information to complete your job from start to finish.

This is the total amount of StockRock required to supply only ex Ngakuru Quarry to cover this area and costs exclude GST.

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This is the total amount of StockRock required to supply only ex Ngakuru Quarry to cover this area and costs exclude GST.

( tonnes)

Recent Blog Post

StockRock cements in place, no loose stones that can create lameness

Now that we are later in the spring and about to head into summer it is really surprising that whenever we get rain for more than 2 days my phone starts to ring. Farmer will say that “my races looked great and then as soon as it rained it was ankle deep in muck” Next minute they have anywhere from 3 to 10 lame cows within a couple of days.

We seem to get a lot more concentrated downpours nowadays that seem to wash any soft material left on the race, off under the fence, then farmers can feel…

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