The cows we have now are better about it. For some reason the LH's we started with would mess with them really badly, but the Angus can't be bothered to think about gates. I'm glad we made the switch to Angus, on multiple levels.Atimm693 wrote: ↑Fri Jan 17, 2020 11:52 amEither another carabiner, or you can buy removable chain links, they have a threaded barrel that you can tighten with a wrench on one side.
Any chain on a pen gate should have a snap or something. Even baling wire works. They have all the time in the world to figure how to get out. We've had them lick and mess around with gate chains before.
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