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Number: 119/790
Name: Animal husbandry > Animal controlling or handling (e.g., restraining, breaking, training, sorting, conveying, etc.) > Hitching or tethering > Stationary hitching post > Disappearing
Description: Subject matter including a hitching post or similar tether supporting device which is provided with a below ground casing in order to retract the post below ground into the casing when not in use.










Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8220209 Ground anchor Jul. 17, 2012
6523500 Rotating tether for securing an animal Feb. 25, 2003
5787834 Portable docking line holding device Aug. 4, 1998
4497152 Disappearing anchor Feb. 5, 1985











 
 
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