Wire Panel Connector Hinge
- Lambing or kidding jugs
- Movable corrals
- Livestock pen subdivisions
- Dog kennels
- Gates or lanes
How to Use
- Start at top of where 2 or 3 panels meet
- Turn hinge so it screws down
- Twist all the way down to keep the end from sticking out
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Larry C from Mississippi
Wonderful product! It was so simple to use! I was able to put up an entire fence by myself using these.
Richard R from Texas
Next best thing to sliced bread.
Jane M from New Mexico
Stumbled on these hinges when Googling how to connect cattle panels. Absolutely ingenious!
We’re replacing 3' flimsy garden fencing with 6.5' T-posts and 50" x 16' cattle panels to keep our Nigerian Dwarfs from wreaking havoc in our garden beds. These hinges have made putting up the panel fencing a breeze.
One suggestion for Premier 1... would you please consider producing a slightly larger version of the hinge that could secure the panel to a T-post? That would save more time by avoiding the need for T-post clips. I have ordered over 100 of these, they’re very versatile. You can cut panels with a bolt cutter and make actual gates with these hinges. We also use the hinges to connect panels to existing pipe fence frames with horse wire.
Our goats are perplexed and our gardens are happy!
Brad R from Tennessee
I really thought these would not work as advertised so I only ordered 4, just to be on the safe side to give them a try. I could not have been more pleased! I ordered 20 more the day they were delivered and am ordering more today. I use them to connect panels for temporary pens and to make paddocks for rotational grazing for my goats. I use mainly 16 foot panels and can install them by myself quickly. It is easier if you have someone else to hold the panels, but help is not always around on my schedule so these connectors are just what I need to be efficient with my time. Not even my biggest/baddest Kiko billy (Zeus) has defeated the hinge! Do yourself a favor if you use livestock panels... try these and make fencing chores easier.
Ralph M from North Carolina