Wire Panel Connector Hinge
- Big Bale Feeders
- Lambing pens
- WirePanel gates
- 9 gauge wire.
- Our 48" and 36" hinges are now 25% larger in diameter so they can more easily twist around two 3/8" rods.
- Stainless steel.
How to Use
- Start at top of where two or 3 panels meet.
- Turn hinge so it screws down.
- Twist all the way down to keep the end from sticking out.
- Make sure the top is screwed all the way down.
- Point the very top to the outside of the pen.
- Make sure to catch all sections of the panels on the way down.
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.
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Dawn R from Missouri
Very useful and helpful in connecting metal fence panels. Strong and durable. Easy to use. I highly recommend.
Scott H from Pennsylvania
Works better than the hay strings I had been using. Only problem I've had with them is with haltered animals. They keep getting caught on the ends of the wire spirals.
Chris A from South Carolina
These handy panel hinge connectors are great. They are easy to install and I have never experienced any type of failure with them. They are very hard to find (never in stores, in my experience) so this is the place to get them. The only bad thing is paying $12 in shipping for $25 worth of products; if ordering with something else, this isn't an issue.
Judianne D from Rhode Island
I really like these wire hinges. I have used them with cut hog panels to make a sheep create for the back of my pick up. The only reason I gave them 4 stars is because they tend to come unwound a little and stick out at the corners. I am not sure how to stop this from happening other than securing the ends of the hinge to the hog panel with tape or a zip tie. I like them because it took me 15 minutes to assemble and 10 minutes to disassemble my crate. Unlike zip ties, which takes close to an hour to tie up all the edges then cut them all off when taking down the crate, adding plastic waste to landfills.
Treestar F from North Carolina
I rarely write reviews but I absolutely love these things! I started out using them for Premier 1's welded wire panels but now use them for sections of locally purchased fence panels that I cut up to size according to need. The most common use is 6-8 panels to surround a round bale of hay on a platform for feeding. This reduces waste and as the goats eat it I cinch the panels up or remove them one at a time to keep things neat.