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Tarter Series 3 Automatic Headgate

SKU # 127755999
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The Tarter Series 3 Automatic Headgate is ideal for a small herd.

  • Single-person operated
  • Works with CattleMaster chute
  • Can be bolted to wooden alley posts if desired
  • Grease fittings at critical points
  • Single-piece top linkage for smooth operation
  • Quality constructed of heavy-duty 2-3/8 in. tubular steel
  • Sold separately or with CattleMaster Series 3 chute
  • Headgate is recommended for cattle up to 1,200 lb.
  • Features our durable, corrosion-resistant powder-coat red finish

Note: This product may require up to 2 additional days for order processing prior to shipping

Specification Description
Animal Type: Cattle
Brand: Tarter
Finish: Powder-coated
Material: Steel
Product Height: 6 ft.
Product Length: 1 ft. 7-1/2 in.
Product Type: Headgates
Product Weight: 223 lb.
Product Width: 3 ft. 5 in.
Manufacturer Part Number CAH

Can this be operated from either left or right side? Is it single person operated? Does it "quick" release?

Asked by: Don196
This product does operate from either side. Yes, it does have a quick release.
Answered by: Tarter Customer Service
Date published: 2018-05-17

Can this also be used as a manual gate?

Asked by: Bad Bullet
No.
Answered by: Tarter Customer Service
Date published: 2018-08-30

Can this be welded to steel posts instead of attaching to wood posts, since my working pens are all made from steel posts and rods.. thank you..

Asked by: guninthewater
This is not recommended. If the steel post are large enough to drill holes through and bolt the headgate to that would be ideal.
Answered by: Tarter Customer Service
Date published: 2018-07-26
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