Cattle panel fence DIY is a one-piece steel panel welded on each transverse element to create an almost indestructible fencing material. The panels are 34 inches high and 16 feet long and easy to work with. Livestock panel is rigid and does not require that it be extended in any way or use of more than two tools to erect a fence or enclosure for large animals. Its resistance, durability, quick installation and long-lasting qualities lend themselves to other DIY projects such as straight and arched lattices and greenhouses.
Measure 16-foot intervals around the pencil line or fence that is being constructed. Set a tee shirt on the ground every 16 feet to mark pole assignment. Drive T-posts on the ground with a driver laid to the bottom T is underground. Use three T-messages for each 16-foot length of the livestock panel so that one post is at each end and the third is at the center of the livestock panel.
Tilt a panel of cattle against the three T-poles to hold it. Straighten the cattle panel, so it’s flush with the pole. Attach a wire clip around the T-post and horizontal top square of the cattle panel with a fencing pliers. Twist firmly on each side of the post to hold safely. Place the fence clips on the top, bottom and at least three horizontal squares central part of the cattle box in each T-post. Additional attachments will provide more strength and durability so that the panel does not separate from the pole.