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TSC Feedlot panels and T posts

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ChrisB

01-30-2010 15:32:54
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Anybody care to share their experience with the feedlot panels from TSC? I need to extend a hog pen a some and was looking at their panels as they are on sale in my flyer for $15.99.
Do they work well with T posts? I was thinking 3 T posts per panel making the span between posts of 5.33 feet. One at the joints between panels and three in the field of the panel.
Not looking to build something totally permanent for this and thought this would be a good cheap alternative. Just not sure if the panels that TSC sells are the standard 4 gauge you would expect. No info on their website and the store is too far from me to just stop by and browse them.

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ChrisB

01-30-2010 17:51:09
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 Re: TSC Feedlot panels and T posts in reply to ChrisB, 01-30-2010 15:32:54  
Opps! Not sure where the $15.99 came from. The cattle panel is $17.99 and the hog panel is $19.99



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ChrisB

01-30-2010 17:47:39
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 Re: TSC Feedlot panels and T posts in reply to ChrisB, 01-30-2010 15:32:54  
I would call but it is Sat night and turned to the experts here. The ideas always seem to come after hours.
Thanks for the help!



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BCnT

01-30-2010 16:58:13
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 Re: TSC Feedlot panels and T posts in reply to ChrisB, 01-30-2010 15:32:54  
better look again...i bet those are cattle panels and ive seen pigs go thru openings about half way up...sheep and hog panels are 4" square mesh and more money.
nuthin wrong with the quality of posts or panels last time i bought any...they got 2 grades of tee posts tho...1.25# to the foot and 1.33# to the foot...havent seen anything short of a runaway tractor or mean bull bend the heavier posts.

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maplehillfrm

01-30-2010 16:28:37
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 Re: TSC Feedlot panels and T posts in reply to GordoSD, 01-30-2010 15:32:54  

ChrisB said: (quoted from post at 00:32:54 01/31/10) Anybody care to share their experience with the feedlot panels from TSC? I need to extend a hog pen a some and was looking at their panels as they are on sale in my flyer for $15.99.
Do they work well with T posts? I was thinking 3 T posts per panel making the span between posts of 5.33 feet. One at the joints between panels and three in the field of the panel.
Not looking to build something totally permanent for this and thought this would be a good cheap alternative. Just not sure if the panels that TSC sells are the standard 4 gauge you would expect. No info on their website and the store is too far from me to just stop by and browse them.

I believe you will be happy with it, I found they are the cheapest , easiest way to put up a durable temporary fence.. I say temp lightly, I have put them up for temp fences and they are still satnding after 15 yrs,, as far as the t posts they work excellant with them, even the clips they give you with teh posts work good, 3 per section is wise as well, that what mine are,,

as far as corners and openeings you may want to put in wooden posts, but I have used them for openenings but feel the wooden are better ,,
I have never had anything go thru one, unless I skimped on fastners,, I did have a black jersey yr old go over one section, bent it , but it bent back easy enough,,
the post go in and out easy too, and can be reused, if you pull them with a loader of 3 point,, and get the red post pounder that slides over the post a few hits and down she goes, even breaks thru slaty rocks, good luck,pat

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DownSouth

01-30-2010 15:43:16
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 Re: TSC Feedlot panels and T posts in reply to ChrisB, 01-30-2010 15:32:54  
They are probably 4 ga. but it may depend on where you are as to where they came from. In Texas, they buy them from Oklahoma Wire and Steel and they are 4 ga.
Maybe give them a call and ask?
HTH



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