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Number: 119/731
Name: Animal husbandry > Animal controlling or handling (e.g., restraining, breaking, training, sorting, conveying, etc.) > Head or neck stock > Animal actuated > Having head or neck gate pivoted about vertical axis
Description: Subject matter wherein the rigid framework includes a member which securely holds a head or neck region of the animal by rotating into engagement therewith about an upright axis.










Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8240276 Squeeze chute apparatus Aug. 14, 2012
6666169 Neck extending method and headgate therefore Dec. 23, 2003
6082306 Animal safety stanchion with stanchion bumper Jul. 4, 2000
5908009 Cattle head gate Jun. 1, 1999
4579084 Neckbar for an animal headgate Apr. 1, 1986
4366776 Self-locking cattle head gate assembly Jan. 4, 1983
4357906 Animal restraint Nov. 9, 1982
4304195 Head gate for pen confining structure Dec. 8, 1981











 
 
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