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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Christi D from Illinois
Works like a charm! Couldn’t be simpler to install. Fast shipping. I now have a nice gate for my garden.
Linda D from Tennessee
We often have to set up a temporary pen/fence while working or moving stuff around. These connect two panels together and if we need to, we can use for a temp. gate connector also. So easy to use!
Andrew B from Wisconsin
We purchased some OK Brand 16 ft Max 50 Select Cattle Fence Panels for our goats. No one had an EASY way to connect and disconnect the panels to move the pen occasionally. Well I asked online and found the Wire Panel Hinge, 48" tall (Item #965401).
Lee H from North Carolina
Easy to use these to put together any combination of cattle panels for lambing jugs or some type of quick holding pen with supporting T-posts. Versatile connector for endless farm ingenuitys!
Dorraine P from Florida
I found an article online about these. While I was skeptical on how they would work—I have always used wire twists or T-post clips—we figured we would try them. They were going to be used on cattle panels being put in my back yard to stop my dogs from escaping into the livestock. We have used field fence in the past but were looking for something stronger. These were easy to use, provide attachment all the way down the panels, and look fantastic. I would HIGHLY recommend!