Attaches to chute panels and sort gates. Lift rope allows gate to be raised or lowered from a remote position…enabling shepherds to start and stop the "flow" of animals from the rear of the chute without an extra person at the front.
Most efficient when used with our Rope Tensioner (sold separately).
- 74" tall
- 21.5" wide
- 6" lead plate
- Hot-dip galvanized steel
- Approximate wall thickness is 2-3mm depending on size of square tubing
- Inside opening is 17” wide
- Cross bar above gate is 36 1/2” above highest point of bottom plate
- Tabs/Ears are heavy steel with oval slit located 3” and 30” from ground
How to Use
Listed below are recommended optional components or related items. Your particular situation may require alternative recommendations. Please call and talk to our consultants if there are any questions at 800-282-6631.
Handling EquipmentItem #912010 -
Panels allow animals to be diverted through the side of the chute. Enables 3-way sorting with a single pass of a herd or flock through the chute.$412.00
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Jennifer H from Oregon
Good quality, works really well with the solid panels.
Lorna M from Montana
When help is in short supply this is an amazing tool to have.
Theresa F from California
Solid, well-designed, easy to operate.
Cindy H from Oregon
I’m pleasantly surprised with the quality of these gates. I don’t usually buy sheep equipment because everything I see is so light weight and doesn’t seem to hold up to commercial everyday wear and tear. These appear to be different. Time will tell as they are put to use. The steel is thick and well dipped. The inside opening is 17” wide. Cross bar above gate is 36 1/2” above highest point of bottom plate. Tabs/Ears are heavy steel with oval slit located 3” and 30” from ground. Free shipping was the kicker for me. Heaviest factory made sheep gates I have seen. See no reason they won’t work as represented. Would buy again.
Diana M from Montana
Works like the video showed. However I would like to see a hook or a cleat installed so that you can leave the sliding door open during loading operations.