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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David H from California
Who ever came up with these was GENIUS!!! We use them all the time and recommend them to anyone with livestock.
Jessica S from Missouri
At first when I got them in I thought they might be a little bit too wide of a spiral for our uses. But when we twisted them down over the panels there were no gaps large enough that I had to worry about even our smallest of goats getting through. I especially love that there was enough room in the spiral that I could place 4 panel ends together to make a 4 cornered setup for pens.
John K from Kansas
Works as advertised.
Robert W from Florida
These wire panel hinges were exactly what I was looking for. I can’t believe there is still only one source, because they are quite the invention.
Would have given them five stars, however I would have preferred the spiral to be a little smaller so that it was a little tighter fit in holding the cattle panels together.
Made a cage to fit exactly the dimensions of the bed of the truck, that comes apart and folds flat when not in use. Cost about $110, with these hinges being the most expensive component. They are easy to cut with an angle grinder to make shorter for a perfect length fit.
Joe P from Missouri
Fabulous product! I made a chicken run out of cattle and hog panels lined with 2"x3" wire and wanted a gate that would be able to open on occasions. This hinge works perfectly!