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Long before barbed wire, cattlemen used brands to tell rustlers they'd  better keep their no good cattle thieven hands off their herd.  Brands were a source of pride of ownership, they marked who owned what.     Todays ranchers use gates and fences to keep their cattle from being rustled and rattled, when they leave the little lady and young-uns home on the prairie.

 Sometimes a gate is not about what you keep in, but what you keep out.

A Trailswest gate is fine as cream gravy, and we won't ask you to pay thru the nose or fork over a lot of dinero.  We git to it directly and do a bang up job.

And that is an ironclad promise.

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Strange-tooled western theme wallet-4' X 16' slider 

Strange-tooled western theme wallet-4' X 16' slider 

Hilltop Ranch 6' X 16'

Hilltop Ranch 6' X 16'

Fant Ranch-exquisite property, elegant and understated. Double gate-6' x 12' each side.

Fant Ranch-exquisite property, elegant and understated. Double gate-6' x 12' each side.

Back at the ranch-4' x 16 '

Back at the ranch-4' x 16 '

Racine Zoo-Racine, Wisconsin

Racine Zoo-Racine, Wisconsin

Pure Texas-Double gate- 5' x 24'

Pure Texas-Double gate- 5' x 24'

Redonda Mesa-subdivision New Mexico

Redonda Mesa-subdivision New Mexico

Isn't this adorable-belongs to a little salt box house. Even has little eggs in the nest.

Isn't this adorable-belongs to a little salt box house. Even has little eggs in the nest.

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