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Baygard Electrigate

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Baygard Electrigate

$22.49

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Product Summary:

Baygard ElectriGate Expandable Electric Fence Gate
 
Made of a stretchable bungee material to work in any temperature and to prevent sagging over time.  Expands to fit any gate opening from 7’ to 20’ in size. Works with any polywire, polytape, polyrope, or high tensile electric fence wire. 3 year warranty
  • High impact plastic handle
  • Comes with 2-way gate anchors for easy installation
  • Safe to use with horses.  Electrigate reduces the risk of a horse's  tail getting tangled in the gate unlike the “slinky” style spring gates which are not recommended for use with horses.

Parmak Model # 899

Item Number Model Number UPC
E001465 899 054711008992

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Great Gate!!
I have had a couple of these for about 6 months now. They are fantastic and the price through SLT is Great!
April 2, 2011
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NEED TO REPLACE ONE
THERESA P on Mar 14, 2015
NEED TO REPLACE ONE
THERESA P on Mar 14, 2015
Have used these for several years along with a metal gate. Without one some horses get pushy at the gate and can damage gates
SUSAN C on Mar 21, 2014
Have used these for several years along with a metal gate. Without one some horses get pushy at the gate and can damage gates
SUSAN C on Mar 21, 2014