Durability, functionality and safety are built into every Hi-Hog product. Compare materials, fit and finish and you will see the Hi-Hog difference.
Heavy duty self catch, auto return headgate
Headgate opens wide for easy release. Headgate can be locked open.
Fully reversible for left or right hand brands
Squeeze and tip in one simple well balanced motion
Adjustable bottom width to hold a variety of weights and stock
Pin your alley directly to the included tailgate (tailgate does not tip)
Four independent spring loaded side access panels swing down for safe fast access to the full length of your animal. Access panels are sheeted to keep feet safely inside
Foot panel swings up to provide clear access to the feet (is also removable)
Equipped with convenient tie loops for securing legs
Tailgate operates with a high quality rope and pulley system which frees operator movement
Heavy duty all steel construction
Quality fit and finish
Table can be locked in upright position
Optional Hydraulic Tipping
To use this option you will require an existing Hydraulic System equipped with a valve and pump. If you already have a Hi-Hog hydraulic cattle squeeze you have what it takes. Using the hydraulics from a tractor will also work. You will require 1200 psi to operate the tipping action. The tipping option will bolt directly to the #55 Self Catch Small Animal/Calf chute. Simply attach your hydraulic lines to the cylinder fittings (#6 JIC fitting required). Hydraulic tipping option includes mounting brackets, fittings and 8″ ram. The valve and pump are not included. Click on the green circle in the top left corner to see drawings showing where the hydraulic option attaches to the table. Note: The hydraulic kit will also work on Hi-Hog’s previous model; the double-header calf table, item #56. However you will be required to drill holes in the body floor to mount the ram bracket.
For the ultimate in safety add the optional neck extender to your calf tipping chute. Hi-Hog’s neck extender is linked to the self-catch headgate. When the headgate is set to receive the next calf the vertical neck extender bars are situated next to the headgate. When the calf pushes on the headgate the headgate moves forward and drives the neck extender to move parallel to the animal movement; away from the headgate. When the self-catch headgate locks the neck extender is similarly locked in position. This provides the handler with safe and secure access to the calves head.