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What is the most effective shape for a Corral? I am thinking 3 entries/exits. 1 large to get cattle in effectively, 1 shoot back to pasture, then one towards the gate for loading.
Does anyone have any helpful blue prints or tips available.
Thank you in advance.
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There are some great old threads on the topic. Use the search function and you’ll find lots of info.
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Here's one I designed and built some years ago. It works pretty well. Sizes could be adjusted to accommodate the number of cattle you'll be working. If I had to do it again I'd probably make the alley 10' instead of 12'.
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