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Arrowlock Cattle Chutes

Can I buy a right-hand Arrowlock? +

Yes, Arrowlock cattle chutes can be ordered in a right-handed version. It can also be changed from left to right (or right to left) with a conversion kit.

Can I switch the working side after I've ordered it? +

Yes, you can convert the working side if you order a conversion kit. You can find an instructional video on how to convert your head gate and squeeze here.

Can I convert my manual cattle chute to a hydraulic? +

No, at this time, Arrowquip's cattle chutes are designed to be manual, and cannot be converted to a hydraulically powered chute at a later date.

Do these chutes come with the ability to trim cattle hooves? +

At this time, our chutes do not have the ability to trim hooves. However, with the bottom access doors and a calf restrainer bar, ranchers can reach the cattle’s hooves and perform any procedure necessary.

Can I leave my load bars underneath the chute when it's on the wheel kit? +

No, it is not recommended that you leave the load bars bolted onto your chute while transporting it. Leaving the load bars on the bottom of your chute increases the opportunity that damage may occur to your load bars, and makes it far more difficult to tow.

Are my floor pans going to rust out? +

The floor pans under the chute are made with powder coated steel, and feature drainage holes to keep build-up from occurring. These key features are intended to minimize the risk of the floor pans rusting. To keep your floors and floor pans in top condition, it is recommended to clean the floor of your chute regularly by pressure washing.

Can I make my chute portable? +

Yes, your chute can easily be made portable with the Wheel Kit depending on the model you have.

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