Cattle panel fence – Make a pen of cattle panels or similar metal fence material. Some companies sell these as playground kits, but the panels are available at farm and ranch stores. They are made of metal rods welded together in a rectangular lattice pattern, in 2-foot or 4-foot of 8-foot panels. Sections are attached with pins (in kits) or with twisted wires and inserted into the ground. They can be formed in squares, rectangles or irregular shapes. Meanwhile, can you make a cattle panel fence? So, the guide is, first, plan. Draw a plan for how and where you want to put your fence out.
Take measurements with a tape measure or tape of at least 100 feet (30.5 m) far from the area you want to make the enclosure. On a large piece of paper you draw with a pencil and a ruler where you want the fence laid out. Space for buildings and houses currently in this area. And also room for the length that each cattle panel is or the size of cattle panels you want to get to your new corral. If you have not yet purchased any panels, make a list of how many panels (and what size) you need for your corral as you do the drawing.
Second, brand. Mark the places where you want to lay your diy wire fence panels down, with marker ribbons, sticks and / or light spray paint. Remember to keep in mind the overall length of the panels you use. Also, remember that the panels do not touch each other most of the time. As you may have between 15 cm spaces between the ends of each panel. Third, buy. If you have not already done so, you can now go and buy the cattle panels you need. Your local food store or a livestock breeder can have the panels you need. Or if you know of all the locals who build cattle panels, you can also go and see them and the panels you need there. Fourth, setup. The smaller cattle panel fences are easily made by hand.
If you want the more temporary panels to be made permanent, put the pound fence between each panel. And use the fence wire to tie each panel to the post. For the much larger (25 ft long) panels, use a tractor with a front loader to move them around. Beware where the panels swing and where / how you put them down. Fifth, attach any ports required to be attached to these panels. Some of the custom panels will have gates in advance other panels will not have this and may require extra work to get gates installed. Last, let the animals get into the corral when everything is secured, chained and properly reinforced.