The “DUKE” Wheel Corral

The “Duke” wheel corral by Blattner Feedlot Construction is full of features to make your job safer and easier.  The corral features a large catch pen on one side and “bud box’ or smaller pen on the other.  When loading or processing; the sheeted gate helps direct the flow of cattle down the alley way.  The alley has two 4’ cut gates and two palpation or access gates on the end.  The heavy duty frame work makes up the alley for a more rigid and longer lasting corral.  The wheeled panels ride on platforms of the frame to protect the wheels and tires from damage when going through driveways, fields, and dips.  The corral is equipped with one large cylinder on the front to raise and lower the frame.  It can be purchased with a 12V electric over hydraulic power unit and solar charger or a hydraulic only unit that can be used with a bale bed, tractor, or auxiliary power unit.  It features an adjustable hitch with a 2-5/16” ball mount.  The corral weighs 8200 pounds. 

Approximately 2830 sq ft

11’ x 44’

Bud Box


  1. Heavy construction

  2. Electric with solar charge or hydraulic

  3. One cylinder instead of 2 for less maintenance

  4. Cut out gates in alley

  5. Adjustable hitch

  6. Pads for wheels to rest

  7. “Bud Box” for easy flow to the alley

  8. Access or palpation gates in alley

An optional 8’ overhead gate is available for loading and sorting.

Heavy hinge plates allow the panels to be rolled up on the platforms easier on uneven ground.

12 volt electric over hydraulic with solar charger included

Palpation gates and 4’ cut out gates in the alley.

This photo has 153 head of 1380 pound cows in the large side of the corral.  Both sides were used to gather.

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Narrow alley option.

A 12’ Maverick panel and 3’ sliding panel can be used to make a 20” or 23-1/2” alley.

It hinges up out of way during transportation

The picture below shows the

corral set up with 4 pens. This works if you are handling smaller  numbers. You can do this with just the small (bud box) side and leave the big catch pen in its normal position.