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Poultry/Kennel Flooring in SLC

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Hey Buzzards,

I am liking the idea of the dura-slat/polymax/kennel flooring for my side boards and am wondering if anyone has a source on it locally in SLC or knows of a website that doesn't have insane ($25 a sheet?!) shipping charge for it.

I have gone down the rabbit hole on this and found it on a ton of websites, seen it called by many names and understand for the most part why the shipping is so expensive... I have also called a few farm supply stores in the are and am striking out, before I spend an afternoon calling every farm and animal supply store in the area I'm just wondering if anyone has ever found a line on it here in SLC (or nearby) or found a source online with reasonable shipping?
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Hey Buzzards,

I am liking the idea of the dura-slat/polymax/kennel flooring for my side boards and am wondering if anyone has a source on it locally in SLC or knows of a website that doesn't have insane ($25 a sheet?!) shipping charge for it.

I have gone down the rabbit hole on this and found it on a ton of websites, seen it called by many names and understand for the most part why the shipping is so expensive... I have also called a few farm supply stores in the are and am striking out, before I spend an afternoon calling every farm and animal supply store in the area I'm just wondering if anyone has ever found a line on it here in SLC (or nearby) or found a source online with reasonable shipping?
I feel your pain. I went down the same rabbit hole a while back and ended up giving up. If you find a source, PLEASE let me know. Maybe others in SLC will come forward and we can split shipping?
 

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Thanks. I also thought about splitting the shipping if I could find anyone else that was interested but from what I can tell the $25 isn't a flat fee and tends to go up considerably with each sheet added.

What did you end up doing for your sideboards?
I'm looking at it to replace a floor I have, rather than for sideboards. So, I did.... nothing. I still have the old, heavy, coated plywood floor.

In looking at the VersaPad mentioned above, it seems like it's a lot thinner than DuraSlat? VersaPad lists at 1/2" thick, and DuraSlat at just over an inch. So, maybe the VersaPad won't work for floors? Too flexy?
 
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