There are many names for what we, in the American West, call cattle guards. A cattle guard is a grid of parallel metal bars (either square or round), usually set in the ground across a road instead of using a gate to keep cattle from wandering off of your land.
Cattle guards have been called by many other names. In the United Kingdom a cattle guard is known as a cattle grid. In Australia they are called either cattle grids or cattle grates. In New Zealand, a cattle guard is called a cattle stop. In Canada, they are called a Texas Gate or a vehicle pass. And we hear other names too – livestock guard, cattle grill and deer guard. As long as they keep your cattle from wandering away, any name will do.
BarnWorld farm and ranch store has cattle guards in a wide variety of sizes and options to match your application. Call today 720-238-2190.