These are the features of the doors they are just on gas struts, so we can just lock them off at any stage, so if its winter or it is really windy, you can just have them down there. In that case the chickens have enough room to go in and out. When you move the chickens, you got the opportunity to close the doors right in, and you got rubber catches here to close them down. So it’s a really simple operation: I’ll just got the catcher there, you hold it out and straight in. With the rubber catches will just stay on when you move it. As here, you close the doors down and again just to open them just pull your rubber catch up and pull your handle and they will come right out open. That provides a lot more shade. In this weather, provides a lot of shelter. These are the nesting boxes and one of the things we have done, they are self – leveling so when you are on a slope, the nesting boxes can float to any angle. And you got a lock off by here, so you can follow its level (we got a spirit level there) and you just lock it off, and that remains leveled. You got your conveyor belt. Just wind the eggs in, very easy operation. And we have a shelf here for your plastic egg trays. This little section here is really for when you collect the eggs, you don’t need chickens around your feet, you can come in here, you can close the door, you got room to move, turn around, put your egg trays down, put your trays down. Also up here you got a full shelf, and you can put many trays of eggs up here so they are out of your way but still close by. Farmer: Hold on. These are the drinkers at the front of the Chicken Caravan. We have two stainless steel drinkers, one on either side of the A – Frame. The clever thing with these drinkers: they are attached to your jockey wheel so when you move them, you don’t have to pick up the drinkers as you wind up the jockey wheel with the same handle used to wind the chicken eggs in. The drinkers will just move up, so they’re sitting just on the A – Frame and they wont hit the road, and you can just tow your Chicken Caravan forward. In the Chicken Caravans, we have two water tanks, either each side. They come to these taps here, so the taps are turned on, they go to the hoses and then we have drinkers to the front of the Chicken Caravan. The water tanks are separate, so if one does leak out, you still have a backup. Those water tanks collect water of the roof, then goes down into the separate tanks, (and it does that automatically), and you got your water control points here. We also have clear pipe tubing, so we can see the level of the water tanks straight away, so we know how much water is in there, so we know if we have to fill it out. And we got fill points on the back that I will show you now. This is the back of the mobile and what we got here are two fill points, they go inside to fill up the water tanks. These are the back of the water tanks, you can just unscrew them. They are full of water, so I don’t need to unscrew them. Whenever you need to clean them out, you can just get a chimney brush and then clean out whatever. Here is the back gutter, the slope of the roof slides back anything of the back gutter, and then internally we got plumbing that just goes down and then fills both parts. All up, the tanks carry 200 liters each, so you got 400 liters of water there for your chickens. These are the nesting boxes, we have roll away nesting boxes. So this one is locked off, so it’s already leveled, and this is the matting, we use Astro Turf so this goes straight in the nesting box, and provides a soft place for the chooks to lay. It’s on a slope, so that slopes towards the middle and in the middle we have the conveyor belt, and we just roll the conveyor belt in with the eggs on it. Very user friendly.