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Woven wire climb through gate
A new "climb-through" gate provides a slick way to get past woven fences without building an expensive full-size gate.
Built out of metal tubing, the gate installs easily into the fence line by cutting out a section of fence and splicing the frame of the gate into the woven wire. The porthole-type gate then swings freely making a big enough opening to let a big man easily pass through.
Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, General Fencing Ltd., 189 Main South Road, P.O. Box 9048, Christchurch, New Zealand (ph 03 480-629).


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1985 - Volume #9, Issue #5