inch and a quarter pipe.Limomike":1wt40l8u said:I like the distance between the horizontal bars. But just what is that "stuff"?
A lot harder for them to get their head between the bars. I priced just the materials locally and it came to 136 bucks a section/Why such a tight spacing on the pipe? Don't know what inch and quarter would cost to build that but I know if you used 2" schedule 40 it would cost you right at $540 in materials alone for that design.
It's 14 gauge. Each section weighs around 175 pounds. If I wanted to use hotwire in that area I would just build the pen out of a couple of strands of hot instead of using pipe.I luv herfrds":vy7uz7q0 said:See a lot of guys who use that continues fence. They all seem to like it, but suggest putting a hot on the inside for bulls.
What gauge is it? I was shown some like that but at 16 gauge.
Jogeephus":38kcibzv said:That's not bad. How are you planning on welding it? I've always grooved the ends and joined them flush but I've also seen where some people just weld it to the outside.
At 89 bucks a section all put together I figure the price is hard to beat.Jogeephus":2biyo8ac said:Sorry Dun, I misunderstood your post. I thought you were going to build it like that. So you can buy a whole 20 foot section like that for that price? Can't see how you could go wrong myself.
Have you ever had a bull stick his head through a panel? Makes it look like the HULK has been there...Brute 23":2v2evgyx said:Its nice but a little over kill IMO.
A lot harder for them to get their head between the bars. I priced just the materials locally and it came to 136 bucks a section/dun":uan3u23o said:
KNERSIE":26ax8ms1 said:My only concern with keeping a bull in a pen like that is it tends to make them more aggressive if its in their disposition to be agressive.