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CountyLine Corral Panel, 12 ft. (L) x 60 in. (H) with Blue E-Coat

SKU # 360392099
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Keep Your Animals Safe

The CountyLine Corral Panel is designed with the security of your livestock in mind. This high quality 12 ft. panel has squared corners without sharp edges, and is made of extremely durable but smooth steel rods that keep your animals safely enclosed.

Made with Mobility in Mind

The CountyLine Corral Panel is specifically designed for portability. A quick-pin latch system allows this light-weight panel to assemble easily, while special J-shaped legs provide the freedom to move it around without getting stuck to the ground.

When it Comes to Your Animals, We Don't Compromise Quality

The CountyLine Corral Panel has 1 3/4 inch in diameter tubing to provide ultimate strength and protection. With continuous-welded saddle joints and a superior E-Coat finish, you can be sure that this panel will last for years.

Details:

  • 12 ft. (L) x 60 in. (H) corral panel
  • 1 3/4 in. diameter steel tubing with superior continuous-welded saddle joints
  • E-Coat finish ensures longer life in the field
  • Quick pin-latch system for easy hook-up
  • J-legs to prevent sinking
  • Panels hook up easily to our Walk-Thru Arch Gate

Specification Description
Gate Latch Type: Pin Latch
Gauge: 19 ga.
Horse: Yes
Number of Bars: 6
Product Height: 5 ft.
Product Width: 12 ft.
Warranty: 1-Year Limited
Product Type: Corral Panels
Brand: CountyLine
Manufacturer Part Number ECB12
CountyLine Corral Panel, 12 ft. (L) x 60 in. (H) with Blue E-Coat is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 43.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great panels Nice way to save a few bucks these panels hold up nicely
Date published: 2018-09-25
Rated 3 out of 5 by from They are grey, not blue. Cheap welds The day before labor day I rented a U-Haul truck to go and get these panels. The store closest to me did not have 16 ft panels, so I settled for 12 foot panels and 2 of the 10 ft panels. They are only 19 gauge metal. This makes them lightweight, but if you have any sort of heavy lively animal they will bend easily. I had a tree limb fall on a pipe panel made of 16 gauge and the top rail rail. It would have totally crushed on of these. The welds on the loops for the pins are pretty cheaply done. Look through the panels carefully when you get them because there are many bent ones already in the pile. Many missing paint and starting to rust. These are not heavy duty enough for horses much less cattle. Maybe mini-horses and sheep. I only got them because I could not find a place near me that had heavier gauge ones. By the way, the red ones that cost more, are also 19 gauge and not made much better IMO. If these last 2 years, I will be surprised. I think I will have to make friends with a welder because I know these welds are going to start splitting. Plus, if you want brackets, they are rather costly. So add that cost to the price of the panels before you buy if you don't think the pins and loops will hold up. Also, I was charged $XX.XX for each panel, even though some were tagged with a lower price. I still have the price tags on them. That's totally not cool. The only reason I didn't say anything was because I thought the panels with the lower price were just the two 10 ft ones. But once I got home, unloaded and fussed over getting the rental truck back, I discovered that half the 12 ft panels had tags at a lower price.
Date published: 2018-09-13
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Light weight easy to move I have had some for a year or two and the welds have broke. Not for long term use. Light weight and easy to move.
Date published: 2018-08-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Gray - not blue I bought these to replace our old wooden round pen and they went together very easily and seem very sturdy. I was able to match them up with a few of our older panels. The only thing that surprised me was that they were gray in color.
Date published: 2018-08-02
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What is the best way to secure feedlot panels/wire mesh to this gate?

Asked by: David Polo
There isn't a real good way to secure them. There's not really a good attachment point. You COULD secure them using utility & brace wire but it will not be very sturdy. Your best bet would be to place connect the corral panel between two wood posts and then connect the wire/feedlot panels to the wood.
Answered by: DanielB
Date published: 2017-07-07

What is the best way to repaint these gates for more durability?

Asked by: David Polo
Follow these steps: 1. Get Rid of Rust 2. Always Prime the Panels 3. Use Rust Resistant Exterior Paint 4. Seal with a Clear Coat
Answered by: DanielB
Date published: 2017-07-07

What is approximate weight of this panel?

Asked by: JbLewis
It weighs approximately 58lbs.
Answered by: ErlindaC
Date published: 2018-05-28

what all would I need to make a round pen out of them please list all hardware

Asked by: horse ranch 41
The hardware is a part of the corral panel.
Answered by: Tbeacher
Date published: 2018-08-31

Is there any panels that y’all sell that are longer than 12 ft?

Asked by: Lea Duffy
We do offer a 16’, please see sku# 3603938.
Answered by: ErlindaC
Date published: 2018-08-20

Would these work for a corral to get a cow with horns in so he can go visit the butcher?

Asked by: Bigdaddy14472
This would be dependent upon the width of horns and design of corral panels.
Answered by: ErlindaC
Date published: 2018-07-18

I don't understand how the pins work. How does it hold with just a pin that has 2 flat ends & 2 washers? Am I missing something??

Asked by: Lizz1
The flat ends do not allow the pin to go through the washers. The washers keep the pins from falling through the loops welded on the corral panel. The pins will raise up allowing the loops to align with each other, and the pins drop down between the two loops.
Answered by: ErlindaC
Date published: 2018-09-13

Will these panels connect to the older type red corral panels that have the pin that is attached to a chain?

Asked by: Pat H
Yes they should be connectable.
Answered by: BrittanyH
Date published: 2017-10-08
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