Portable Corrals: Bulldog vs Wrangler

Having the proper equipment is vital when taking care of cattle, especially when it comes to portable corrals. Linn Post and Pipe has two portable corral options: the Bulldog Portable Corral and the Wrangler Portable Corral. Both of these corrals make loading, sorting and working your cattle easier, faster and safer. Linn Post and Pipe has the expertise and equipment needed to help producers at home and in the pasture. We’re in the business to help ranchers do what they do best.

Features of Both Portable Corrals

The Bulldog and the Wrangler both feature an easy-to-use hydraulic lift system to raise and lower the corral with ease. This eliminates the need for you to lift panels, wind cables, or crank jacks to put the system in place. Both corrals have three size options and are easy to fold out. For ease of moving, the portable corrals are set on solid panel tires and also use a solar battery charger. Both corrals can add additional panels to make gathering larger numbers of cattle easier. The large bow gate feature of each corral creates the perfect two-pen setup. This makes catching, sorting and loading out cattle easier whether in the pasture or on stalks. The multitude of options result in an endless number of quick-and-easy pen setups that can be customized for every situation.

The Bulldog

The Bulldog Portable Corral can hold from forty to sixty head of cattle. It offers a smaller, more affordable portable corral, ideal for every cattle rancher’s budget. It’s perfect to be used as a stand alone or in tandem with any other portable corrals. It comes with 14’ long panels and the mainframe is sixteen feet long. The Bulldog Portable Corral adds capacity and pen options to any operation. The corral also features a removable tongue hitch as well as the ability to haul portable panels of your own.

The Wrangler

The Wrangler Portable Corral can hold from 80 up to 250 head of cattle. It not only allows you to catch and sort cattle with ease, but also lets you work the cattle as they’re caught. The Wrangler features built-in working gates and palpation door and adjustable alley. It comes with 20’ long panels. Each corral comes stock with working lights and is legal trailer width for traveling on highways. Optional equipment includes headgate, spare tire, LED Overhead Light Kit, and a rear tow hitch for a pulling atv/utv trailer or portable chute/load out.

Linn Post Offers Endless Corral Options

Because there’s the option of adding different styles of head gates and optional add-ons, there are endless possibilities. Headgate options make these corrals more versatile than the competition. Corrals can also serve as a portable calving pen or a working pen to doctor animals. They’re built tough to provide you with many years of reliable service. Ultimately, portable corrals from Linn Post and Pipe can save you time and save stress on your animals. Providing quality resources to save you time and energy has been the mission of Linn Post and Pipe since 1974.