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#45 - Dude I typed I'd instead of is that's not grammar. And if they…  [+] (1 reply) 09/12/2016 on amazing gate design 0
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#47 - reaperriley (09/13/2016) [-]
"Dude I typed I'd instead of is that's not grammar." Dude, what are you even saying here?

Im not saying they dont work, they just dont seem nearly as effective as just simply having a gate. With the added benefit they bring just doesnt seem like a good trade off due to cost and cows and if you feel like using a similar design for other farm animals just figuring it out. Or worse they take a risk and get themselves stuck or injured.
#41 - I realize you don't understand that a cattle guard I'd simple …  [+] (4 replies) 09/12/2016 on amazing gate design 0
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#43 - reaperriley (09/12/2016) [-]
I think you need to check your grammar on your statement. Because Im not sure what you are trying to get at. Maybe its just my experience with cattle in the fact that the ones we own are actually pretty smart and something like this wouldnt slow them down. I know goats and other animals wouldnt have an issue with it.
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#45 - thetickledpickle (09/12/2016) [-]
Dude I typed I'd instead of is that's not grammar. And if they didn't work no one would fucking use them its that damn simple
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#47 - reaperriley (09/13/2016) [-]
"Dude I typed I'd instead of is that's not grammar." Dude, what are you even saying here?

Im not saying they dont work, they just dont seem nearly as effective as just simply having a gate. With the added benefit they bring just doesnt seem like a good trade off due to cost and cows and if you feel like using a similar design for other farm animals just figuring it out. Or worse they take a risk and get themselves stuck or injured.
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#42 - thetickledpickle (09/12/2016) [-]
But none the less agree to disagree. Have a good one
#35 - Well they're ranchers not farmers. And its cheaper to do it th…  [+] (6 replies) 09/12/2016 on amazing gate design 0
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#40 - reaperriley (09/12/2016) [-]
I realized you dont understand me after the second reply, and obvously we are at a crossroads here. Compounded by the fact that you think there is any real difference between a rancher and a farmer.

Might as well as stop wasting our time, I hope you have a good week.
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#41 - thetickledpickle (09/12/2016) [-]
I realize you don't understand that a cattle guard I'd simple and a gate over it keeps out vehicles. It's not a hard concept.
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#43 - reaperriley (09/12/2016) [-]
I think you need to check your grammar on your statement. Because Im not sure what you are trying to get at. Maybe its just my experience with cattle in the fact that the ones we own are actually pretty smart and something like this wouldnt slow them down. I know goats and other animals wouldnt have an issue with it.
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#45 - thetickledpickle (09/12/2016) [-]
Dude I typed I'd instead of is that's not grammar. And if they didn't work no one would fucking use them its that damn simple
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#47 - reaperriley (09/13/2016) [-]
"Dude I typed I'd instead of is that's not grammar." Dude, what are you even saying here?

Im not saying they dont work, they just dont seem nearly as effective as just simply having a gate. With the added benefit they bring just doesnt seem like a good trade off due to cost and cows and if you feel like using a similar design for other farm animals just figuring it out. Or worse they take a risk and get themselves stuck or injured.
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#42 - thetickledpickle (09/12/2016) [-]
But none the less agree to disagree. Have a good one
#33 - Dude honestly you're making it way to complex. Land is section…  [+] (9 replies) 09/12/2016 on amazing gate design 0
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#34 - reaperriley (09/12/2016) [-]
Except as a farmer its just easier to set up a gate and use it like that or a double gate system instead of digging a hole in the ground, filling the edges with concrete, and then putting a metal grate like that in.

thats what gets me. Farmers arent known for wasting money, time, or effort on stuff. Its just not possible if you want to be successful as a farmer.
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#39 - crampers (09/12/2016) [-]
They're also used to separate herds
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#35 - thetickledpickle (09/12/2016) [-]
Well they're ranchers not farmers. And its cheaper to do it this way because the hole is less than a foot deep and you still have to set the gates in concrete anyways. It is by far the cheapest method. The cows don't walk on it because they're afraid. And these gates are usually on the sides of highways or roads when the land to either side is private property of whatever ranch owns it. Im sorry but I don't see what you aren't getting here
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#40 - reaperriley (09/12/2016) [-]
I realized you dont understand me after the second reply, and obvously we are at a crossroads here. Compounded by the fact that you think there is any real difference between a rancher and a farmer.

Might as well as stop wasting our time, I hope you have a good week.
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#41 - thetickledpickle (09/12/2016) [-]
I realize you don't understand that a cattle guard I'd simple and a gate over it keeps out vehicles. It's not a hard concept.
User avatar
#43 - reaperriley (09/12/2016) [-]
I think you need to check your grammar on your statement. Because Im not sure what you are trying to get at. Maybe its just my experience with cattle in the fact that the ones we own are actually pretty smart and something like this wouldnt slow them down. I know goats and other animals wouldnt have an issue with it.
User avatar
#45 - thetickledpickle (09/12/2016) [-]
Dude I typed I'd instead of is that's not grammar. And if they didn't work no one would fucking use them its that damn simple
User avatar
#47 - reaperriley (09/13/2016) [-]
"Dude I typed I'd instead of is that's not grammar." Dude, what are you even saying here?

Im not saying they dont work, they just dont seem nearly as effective as just simply having a gate. With the added benefit they bring just doesnt seem like a good trade off due to cost and cows and if you feel like using a similar design for other farm animals just figuring it out. Or worse they take a risk and get themselves stuck or injured.
User avatar
#42 - thetickledpickle (09/12/2016) [-]
But none the less agree to disagree. Have a good one
#29 - A cattle guard or the gate from the gif?  [+] (11 replies) 09/12/2016 on amazing gate design +1
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#31 - reaperriley (09/12/2016) [-]
I thought you were responding the the image quotetype posted and simply missunderstood what I was talking about with gates.

The only reason I can imagine cattle guards being of use is for a single farmer to bring a vehicle inside of a fenced in area that currently has cattle in it. And if you are doing that you are probably bringing in hay for them. Which begs the question, do you not have other fenced in areas to move them to so they can graze. Or is it winter, in which case why arent they stored in a barn out of the cold?

I mean, there has to be some reason I am missing here, and its really making me scratch my head.
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#33 - thetickledpickle (09/12/2016) [-]
Dude honestly you're making it way to complex. Land is sectioned off by wooden posts and barbwire fence and gates have cattle guards. Its honestly just that. No more no less
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#34 - reaperriley (09/12/2016) [-]
Except as a farmer its just easier to set up a gate and use it like that or a double gate system instead of digging a hole in the ground, filling the edges with concrete, and then putting a metal grate like that in.

thats what gets me. Farmers arent known for wasting money, time, or effort on stuff. Its just not possible if you want to be successful as a farmer.
User avatar
#39 - crampers (09/12/2016) [-]
They're also used to separate herds
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#35 - thetickledpickle (09/12/2016) [-]
Well they're ranchers not farmers. And its cheaper to do it this way because the hole is less than a foot deep and you still have to set the gates in concrete anyways. It is by far the cheapest method. The cows don't walk on it because they're afraid. And these gates are usually on the sides of highways or roads when the land to either side is private property of whatever ranch owns it. Im sorry but I don't see what you aren't getting here
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#40 - reaperriley (09/12/2016) [-]
I realized you dont understand me after the second reply, and obvously we are at a crossroads here. Compounded by the fact that you think there is any real difference between a rancher and a farmer.

Might as well as stop wasting our time, I hope you have a good week.
User avatar
#41 - thetickledpickle (09/12/2016) [-]
I realize you don't understand that a cattle guard I'd simple and a gate over it keeps out vehicles. It's not a hard concept.
User avatar
#43 - reaperriley (09/12/2016) [-]
I think you need to check your grammar on your statement. Because Im not sure what you are trying to get at. Maybe its just my experience with cattle in the fact that the ones we own are actually pretty smart and something like this wouldnt slow them down. I know goats and other animals wouldnt have an issue with it.
User avatar
#45 - thetickledpickle (09/12/2016) [-]
Dude I typed I'd instead of is that's not grammar. And if they didn't work no one would fucking use them its that damn simple
User avatar
#47 - reaperriley (09/13/2016) [-]
"Dude I typed I'd instead of is that's not grammar." Dude, what are you even saying here?

Im not saying they dont work, they just dont seem nearly as effective as just simply having a gate. With the added benefit they bring just doesnt seem like a good trade off due to cost and cows and if you feel like using a similar design for other farm animals just figuring it out. Or worse they take a risk and get themselves stuck or injured.
User avatar
#42 - thetickledpickle (09/12/2016) [-]
But none the less agree to disagree. Have a good one
#26 - Live in Wyoming with cattle guards a plenty. Cows know yo avoi…  [+] (13 replies) 09/12/2016 on amazing gate design +1
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#28 - reaperriley (09/12/2016) [-]
Well yeah, we have gates at the front of our property with senses to let us know if someone is down there.

Im saying for a fenced in area, I just dont trust it. And I have to wonder how much it costs to install.
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#29 - thetickledpickle (09/12/2016) [-]
A cattle guard or the gate from the gif?
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#31 - reaperriley (09/12/2016) [-]
I thought you were responding the the image quotetype posted and simply missunderstood what I was talking about with gates.

The only reason I can imagine cattle guards being of use is for a single farmer to bring a vehicle inside of a fenced in area that currently has cattle in it. And if you are doing that you are probably bringing in hay for them. Which begs the question, do you not have other fenced in areas to move them to so they can graze. Or is it winter, in which case why arent they stored in a barn out of the cold?

I mean, there has to be some reason I am missing here, and its really making me scratch my head.
User avatar
#33 - thetickledpickle (09/12/2016) [-]
Dude honestly you're making it way to complex. Land is sectioned off by wooden posts and barbwire fence and gates have cattle guards. Its honestly just that. No more no less
User avatar
#34 - reaperriley (09/12/2016) [-]
Except as a farmer its just easier to set up a gate and use it like that or a double gate system instead of digging a hole in the ground, filling the edges with concrete, and then putting a metal grate like that in.

thats what gets me. Farmers arent known for wasting money, time, or effort on stuff. Its just not possible if you want to be successful as a farmer.
User avatar
#39 - crampers (09/12/2016) [-]
They're also used to separate herds
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#35 - thetickledpickle (09/12/2016) [-]
Well they're ranchers not farmers. And its cheaper to do it this way because the hole is less than a foot deep and you still have to set the gates in concrete anyways. It is by far the cheapest method. The cows don't walk on it because they're afraid. And these gates are usually on the sides of highways or roads when the land to either side is private property of whatever ranch owns it. Im sorry but I don't see what you aren't getting here
User avatar
#40 - reaperriley (09/12/2016) [-]
I realized you dont understand me after the second reply, and obvously we are at a crossroads here. Compounded by the fact that you think there is any real difference between a rancher and a farmer.

Might as well as stop wasting our time, I hope you have a good week.
User avatar
#41 - thetickledpickle (09/12/2016) [-]
I realize you don't understand that a cattle guard I'd simple and a gate over it keeps out vehicles. It's not a hard concept.
User avatar
#43 - reaperriley (09/12/2016) [-]
I think you need to check your grammar on your statement. Because Im not sure what you are trying to get at. Maybe its just my experience with cattle in the fact that the ones we own are actually pretty smart and something like this wouldnt slow them down. I know goats and other animals wouldnt have an issue with it.
User avatar
#45 - thetickledpickle (09/12/2016) [-]
Dude I typed I'd instead of is that's not grammar. And if they didn't work no one would fucking use them its that damn simple
User avatar
#47 - reaperriley (09/13/2016) [-]
"Dude I typed I'd instead of is that's not grammar." Dude, what are you even saying here?

Im not saying they dont work, they just dont seem nearly as effective as just simply having a gate. With the added benefit they bring just doesnt seem like a good trade off due to cost and cows and if you feel like using a similar design for other farm animals just figuring it out. Or worse they take a risk and get themselves stuck or injured.
User avatar
#42 - thetickledpickle (09/12/2016) [-]
But none the less agree to disagree. Have a good one
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#12 - ayylimao (08/28/2016) [-]
And you
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You too m8
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