Gates & Corral Panels

Gates & Corral Panels

When you’re trying to keep something in – or out – of your home, farm or stable, the right fencing system is key.

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  1. Land 0 Lakes NatureWood 8 Ft Treated Fence Posts
    Land O Lakes Wood Preserving Land 0 Lakes NatureWood 8 Ft Treated Fence Posts
    As low as $7.49
  2. Tarter Bullmax 2" Round Corner Gate
    Tarter Tarter Bullmax 2" Round Corner Gate
    As low as $154.99
  3. OK Brand 16'x34" Select Hog Panel
    OK / Iowa Steel OK Brand 16'x34" Select Hog Panel
    $25.99
  4. OK Brand 8' X 50" Handy Panel
    OK / Iowa Steel OK Brand 8' X 50" Handy Panel
    $16.99
  5. OK Brand 16'x50" Select Cattle Panel
    OK / Iowa Steel OK Brand 16'x50" Select Cattle Panel
    $24.99
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Secure the Perimeter with Gates & Corral Panels from L&M Fleet Supply

At L&M Fleet Supply, we carry a wide variety of gates, corral panels and other fencing supplies that will protect your land and livestock.

Protect Land and Livestock

Fencing and gates provide a number of benefits, from keeping out predators to marking off property boundaries to managing the flow of traffic onto your land and much more. Perhaps one of the most popular uses for fencing, however, is to contain livestock. If you manage any of the following, consider picking up a new, reliable fencing option from L&M Fleet Supply:

Steel Fence Panels vs. Wood Fence Panels

When installing new fence panels, there’s many choices. One of the most important, however, is what type of material you’ll choose – steel or wood.

Here are the main considerations when choosing between steel fencing and wood fencing:

  • Looks: Wood is a more charming, natural look that’s warm and welcoming, while metal fencing provides a more utilitarian aesthetic.
  • Performance: Wood fencing is subject to rot and warping even with regular maintenance, whereas metal fencing will last for decades with minimal maintenance. For both materials, fencing hardware and parts are readily available and generally easy to replace yourself.
  • Installation: Wood is easier to handle than metal, as it’s lighter and screwed together easily. However, manufacturers will often provide pre-assembled metal fencing systems to make installation easier for steel gates, corrals and other styles.