In confinement systems, concrete is typically grooved to reduce the likelihood that cattle will slip and fall.  This image shows concrete that is grooved by rolling a pattern into the freshly poured concrete. The pattern in this image is generally diamond shaped with a groove that is approximately 0.5 inches deep.

Concrete grooving

Credit: Gregory Lardy

Digital Credit: Gregory Lardy

Publisher: North Dakota State University

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Description: In confinement systems, concrete is typically grooved to reduce the likelihood that cattle will slip and fall. This image shows concrete that is grooved by rolling a pattern into the freshly poured concrete. The pattern in this image is generally diamond shaped with a groove that is approximately 0.5 inches deep.

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