Hi-Hog's cattle handling alley options include an alley stop, and elevated walkways
Which options do you need for your cattle working alley?
- Alley Stop
- Elevated Walkways
- Walkway Stairs
Adjustable Alley Stop
The no-back alley stop is positioned overhead in the cattle working alley. The height of the alley stop can be quickly and easily adjusted for any sized animal. When the animal passes under the alley stop the stop will drop behind the animal to prevent cattle from backing up in the working chute.
For optimum flow we suggest the first alley stop is placed at least two animal lengths up the alley from the crowding tub.
The alley stop will not restrict the functionality of the working alley in any way.
- Item: 170
- Weight: 45 lbs.
Hi-Hog offers a range of curved and straight elevated walks. The walks hang on the side of the working alley.
If you require help identifying what walkway's you need contact Hi-Hog.
|Item #||Description||Fits on||Weight (LBS.)|
|235||Outside Curve||1350, 180, 230||106|
|245||Straight - 9'-4.375"||240||93|
|255||Straight - 6'10.375"||250||76|
|265||Straight - 4'-6.375"||86||51|
|275||Transition Walkway||rolling door gaps||9.5|
|1403||Inside Curve - 7'-3 3/4"||1402||78|
|1403-R||Outside Curve - 7'-3 3/4"||180||78|
|1405||Inside Curve - 9'-9"||1340, 190||94|
|1445||Outside Curve 10'-8"||1440||104|
Hi-Hog's standard walkways are designed to attach end-to-end with the neighboring walkway when using plain alley spreaders. When you use an alley spreader that includes a rolling door a gap is created between the walkways. The Walkway Transition securely fills this gap. The design of the Walkway Transition adapts easily to any combination of walkways.