Cattle Sorting Alley
Sort or Draft Any Way You Like
Product Code: OWSA
Product Features | Product Specifications
4 models available:
One-Way Sort 30°| One-Way Sort 90°| Two-Way Sort 30°| NEW Cattle Draft Module with Base Sorting Alley
Arrowquip's Cattle Sorting Alleys are designed to suit any operation with a variety of models that can divert cattle in up to three directions. The versatility of the Cattle Sorting Alleys allows you to sort cattle in two ways: within the alley system and after the chute. Post-Chute Drafting is now possible by placing the upgraded Draft Module after the chute. Unlike manually separating livestock in a pen, running cattle through a system to draft is a safer and faster way to send cattle into different yards. The Post-Chute Cattle Draft Module is designed to allow you to control the Cattle Sorting Alley with one hand, and the Head Gate with the other to regulate the flow of cattle. The gates on both sides of the Draft Module easily adjust to accommodate head gate accessories and provide full access to the animal’s head, while also allowing you to pass through the system with ease.
The Cattle Sorting Alleys are designed to with high 4' 14-gauge steel sheeting to eliminate distractions and keep stress levels to a minimum during this high-pressure situation. Spring-loaded doors attached to a pulley system with user-friendly handles allow you to quickly change directions without causing any pauses in cattle flow.
With a variety of models and combinations you can choose from, the possibilities are endless for creating a configuration that best suits your operation's needs. If you need assistance in finding the right solution for your ranch, give our Product Specialists a call and we will be happy to help you!
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Many Configuration Options
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Arrowquip's Cattle Sorting Alleys feature spring-loaded doors and easy-to-use pulley ropes to simplify the process of sorting. With an easy tug of a rope, you can guide cattle into your desired direction.
4' Sheeted Sides
Sorting is a high pressure point in your cattle handling system. For this reason, Arrowquip Cattle Sorting Alleys feature 4' sheet metal, limiting the ability of cattle to see the operator and making for an easier sorting process.
Left or Right-Handed Operation
Cattle Sorting Alleys can be configured for operation from the left or right-hand side using the same pieces - whichever works best for your operation.
Sort Cattle Your Way
Pre-chute sorting is commonly used to divert cattle in multiple directions within an alley system. By pairing Arrowquip Cattle Sorting Alleys with Easy Flow Alleys, you can easily create a comprehensive system that leads to different exits such as a chute, loading ramp, or yard. In case a cow that does not need to be worked through the chute enters the system, the Cattle Sorting Alley provides an easy way for it to exit the line without disrupting flow.
Post-Chute Cattle Drafting
Post-chute cattle drafting is a much safer way to sort a mixed group of cattle into separate areas because it does not require you to be in the pen with them. Using the Sorting Alley together with the Cattle Access Gates allows you to manage the flow of livestock easily by running them through an open system and into the Post-Chute Draft Module.
By adding the Draft Module to your sorting system, you can efficiently sort cattle into designated pens after they have been tagged or treated, while staying safely out of harm’s way. Featuring an upgraded design, the Draft Module door width effortlessly adjusts to accommodate head gate accessories and provide full access to the animal’s head. This method keeps cattle stress levels to a minimum while saving time and effort.
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- Spring-loaded doors
- Pulley system allows for easy diversion
- Can be configured for left or right-handed operation using the same pieces
- 4' sheeted sides to eliminate distractions
- 14-gauge steel sheeting
- Can be used to sort or divert in up to three directions
- Built with powder-coated steel and high-quality materials for long-term use and durability
- Draft Module and Base Sorting Alley allow for Post-Chute Drafting
- Unlimited possibilities to create a cattle sorting configuration that suits the needs of your operation
Model: One-Way Sort 30°
Weight: 476 lbs.
Dimensions: 67" Wide x 82" High x 52" Long
The One-Way Sort 30° is used to divert cattle off to one side. The 30° angle provides a slight change in direction, allowing for minimum disruption to flow.
Model: One-Way Sort 90°
Weight: 525 lbs.
Dimensions: 68" Wide x 82" High x 52" Long
The One-Way Sort 90° is used to maximize the space available in a ranch operation.
Model: Two-Way Sort 30°
Weight: 610 lbs.
Dimensions: 94" Wide x 82" High x 52" Long
The Two-Way Sort 30° is used to divert cattle off to either the left or righthand side of the main alley. The 30° angle provides a slight change in direction, allowing for minimum disruption to flow.
Model: NEW Cattle Draft Module with Base Sorting Alley
Weight: 734 lbs.
Dimensions: 65-98" Wide x 83" High x 95-100" Long
Make post-chute cattle sorting easier than ever with the Draft Module. By adding the Draft Module to your sorting system, you can efficiently sort cattle into designated pens after they have been tagged or treated, while staying safely out of harm’s way. Designed to work with Arrowquip cattle chutes, the Draft Module allows a solo rancher to operate the draft with one hand and control the head gate with the other to regulate flow. Featuring an upgraded design, the Draft Module door width effortlessly adjusts to accommodate head gate accessories and provide full access to the animal’s head.
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