Head Gate (Sioux Steel) - Manual
Sioux Steel Manual Head Gate
Manual head gate features a wide opening with 24" of space! Hydraulically assisted manual head gate accommodates varying sizes of animals being processed at the same time.
Left or right handed operation. Controls can be mounted on either side of the head gate, accommodating to your cattle working environment.
Left or right handed operations are determined by facing forward the same way cattle would be facing in the head gate.
When cattle are in a head gate they tend to put pressure forward or backward on the gate. Simply move the lever on the manual head gate and open the check valve and it will open.
Colors: Prairie Gold
Option: Automatic Head Gate
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Within the contiguous 48 US States, orders that equal 20 lbs. and less are charged a flat rate of $8.00. Orders that are 20.1 lbs. and over are charged a calculated shipping rate during the checkout process.
International orders that equal 20 lbs. and less are charged a flat rate of $48.00. Orders that are 20.1 lbs. and over are charged a calculated shipping rate during the checkout process.
Business Days: Monday-Thursday.
Holidays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays are not included in processing days.
NOTE: All product specifications are subject to change or improvement without notice. We reserve the right to change product pricing at any time without further notice. Pricing may differ at the time of purchase.
Contact Sioux Steel by emailing email@example.com or by calling our customer service specialists at 1-800-557-4689 for additional information.
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QUESTIONS & ANSWERSAsk a Question
We worked cattle last Saturday and we were having some trouble with the cows backing out of the head catch after they were caught. Is there a way to adjust the pressure where it wont release them?
That is a great question! Adjusting pressure is only done by advancing the manual lever down to make it tighter around the neck area. Sometimes cattle at first advance forward in the head gate too far so the pressure adjustment is done on the thicker part of their neck area closer to their bodies. Try to have the cattle shift back while in the headgate so further tighter pressure adjustments can occur near the thinner part of their neck near the ears and head. If you have any further questions, we are happy to assist! Please contact us at 1-800-557-4689 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org