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Texan Cattle Guard Forms, 8 ft., 16 ft., & 24 ft.

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The Texan Cattle Guard Forms are engineer rated heavy-duty cattle guards that's economical, P.E. Certified and able to handle the demanding load requirements set forth by the DOT, USFS, NP, BLM, as well as the U.S. Military.

  • HS-20 rating (32,000 lbs. per axle)
  • Pre-installed 5/8 in. GFRP rebar: 2x tensile strength compared to steel
  • FORM Dimensions: 7 ft. 8 in. wide x 6 ft. 4 in. long x 12 in. deep
  • NO additional concrete footing or foundation required!
  • Weighs only 140 lbs. Easy to offload and install
  • Can be placed above or in ground: 6 in. deep pit
  • Has a bottom 2 in. hoof stop gaps, designed to prevent animals hooves from being trapped
  • Fits 8 to 12 ft. wide gate opening with the use of side-wings
  • Two forms can be placed side-by-side for a 16 to 20 ft. gate opening
  • Buy 2 forms to make a 16 ft. wide opening or 3 forms for a 24 ft. opening
  • Will not deter dogs, goats, or other smaller animals
  • Save over 50% compared to any other HS-20 rated cattle guard
  • Requires 1-1/2 cubic yards of concrete
  • Limited warranty

Specification Description
Sheep: No
Brand: Texan
Product Width: 8 ft.
Product Type: Cattle Guards
Horse: No
Material: Polyethylene
Pig: No
Product Height: 1 ft.
Cattle: Yes
Deer: Yes
Goat: No
Manufacturer Part Number RC3305
Texan Cattle Guard Forms, 8 ft., 16 ft., & 24 ft. is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 8.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from worst cattle guard design for keeping cattle in This cattle guard lacks all of the elements of a good cattle guard. To start off with, the shallow construction means that it fills up with dirt very quickly and unlike other cattle guards it is almost impossible to clean out. The shallow design with no pit is ineffective in keeping cattle or horses from crossing. The flat wide surfaces which are mostly all concrete is safe and easy for livestock to walk on. The solid concrete does not discourage livestock from walking on it. Once one animal crosses this cattle guard, all the remaining animals will confidently cross. Might else well paint lines on a concrete slab or lay 8 or 10 pieces of pipe on the ground. I agree with the other post: looks good and easy to install.
Date published: 2017-09-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good 2 Go I decided to go with the reusable cow stopper cattle guard, I wanted to try the "do it myself' way and myself and the kids had a blast setting this bad boy up. They send you everything you need to get started and works great, I work a lot so it took us a few weekends to bang this project out but with everything said and done couldn't be happier. Awesome deal compared to a few other options, much better financially. My cattle wont go anywhere near it.
Date published: 2017-08-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Cattle Will Not Cross Followed set up instruction video. With rebar included in the form the pour wasn't bad. I've yet to see cattle even attempt to cross. Finished cattle guard spec's (beams/ gaps) match other cattle guards I've seen so I expect this to be effective for many years.
Date published: 2016-11-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Easy to install and cost effective I have several metal cattle guards and decided to give this concrete guard a try. I purchased two 8' cattle guards and received them in one week. They were very easy to install placing them side by side. I did not have access to a concrete pump, so had to pour concrete on top of the guard and rake it in. This worked OK, but it would be much easier to pump it in. The only downside is the guards only come in 8' lengths. All of my other cattle guards are 12'. One 8' Texan Cattle Guard wouldn't have been wide enough to allow the baler, hay rake and disk to pass over, but I didn't need a 16' guard either. Overall the installation process is easy and the result is satisfactory.
Date published: 2016-10-31
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Once the concrete is poured, and the foam inserts removed, are the ends of the cattle guard open such that debris can be flushed through and out (assuming that the ends are excavated to allow this?).

Asked by: Hobbshire
Most all cattle guards require some maintenance and up keep. The sides are open only a few inches at the top. This allows flooding debris to wash out. If you elevate the product you will have less debris because when it rains debris will flow out the sides. With that said, some cleaning will be required.
Answered by: NRoberts
Date published: 2018-05-20
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