We have worked with several clients in Meadowview and surrounding areas, which means our experts, are familiar with most cattle-ranching requirements. If you're looking for high-quality gates, we're the right choice.
Types of Cattle GatesCattle gates come in different shapes and sizes so you can choose what suits your needs perfectly. Our experts are always willing to explain the distinct advantages and working of each type of gate so you can make an informed choice. Here's a look at what kinds of livestock gates we can install:
- Bull Gates – Bull gates are the heaviest and most resilient structures available today. They are suitable for high-stress or heavily crowding areas, which makes them ideal for cattle enclosures. They can handle high-impact force if necessary, containing animals like aggressive bulls or untrained horses with ease.
- D-Gates – If you need a light-weight but secure gate for non-crowding areas, D-gates are a good option. These features are suitable for pastures, driveways, and other such sections of your ranch.
- Bow Gates – Bow gates are walk-through structures suitable for holding pens, rodeo arenas, or crowding lanes. The gates are designed to hold back aggressive animals and tolerate substantial impacts well.
- Corral Gates – Corral gates are designed for moderate to heavy applications. Ranchers can manage a herd of animals easily and control crowding with these structures. Corral gates are reinforced installations capable of handling strong impacts as well.
These are just some of the many cattle and livestock gates available today. You need to choose one based on your requirements. For example, a D-gate will not handle crowded cattle enclosures and is more suitable for grazing pastures.
High-Quality Cattle GatesGood quality farm gates provide a safe environment for all kinds of cattle. Most animals learn to recognize these structures and avoid them, which keeps them contained in one area. Here's a look at some factors to consider:
- Material – Gates made from good-quality steel are most effective. They are strong, can handle impacts, are resistant to different weather conditions, and look good. Steel is also easier to maintain over the long-term, especially in harsh ranch conditions. If you're looking for durability, steel cattle gates are a good choice.
- Surface Treatment – Surface treatment like galvanizing protects the underlying material from rust. A thick zinc and chromate layer forms a strong barrier between outdoor conditions and the gate material.
- Size – Gates come in different sizes, and you must choose one based on your cattle's requirements. Horses or other large animals require taller gates while bulls or cows require shorter gates.
Other factors to consider include width, the number of rails, railing types, etc. If you want to know more about our cattle gates, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us at Rayborn brand. You can call 276-623-6541 or use our contact form to reach us.
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