Goat Gofer, TARTER ®, 53 in. L x 47 in. W x 41 in. H

#57847

$309.99 EA

This goat gofer by Tarter ® will help you transport your goats safely and securely. The goat gofer is constructed of galvanized steel. The dimensions of this containment are 53 inches long by 47 inches wide by 41 inches high.

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By TARTER ®, this goat gofer is designed to help contain goat and other small animals for transport. Constructed of quality galvanized steel, the gofer will keep your goats secured while traveling. This model is 53 inches long by 47 inches wide and 41 inches high. The size of the goat gofer will allow it to fit in the bed of standard size pick-up trucks.

Specifications

  • Goat gofer
  • TARTER ® GGFS
  • Provides containment during transport
  • Construction: Galvanized steel
  • Length: 53 in.
  • Width: 47 in.
  • Height: 41 in.
  • Weight: 110 lbs.

Find goat gofers, kidding pen walk thru gates, kidding pen panels, goat bunker feeders, goat hay racks and more in our Goat Equipment category or browse for other Tarter Farm & Ranch Equipment

Tarter GOAT GOFER - FOR TRUCK in Goat Equipment and Livestock & Pets at Agri Supply ®.

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Customer Reviews

4 Stars Don't be fooled by Picture-Not as Big as it Looks

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Sheila from VA wrote (August 16, 2013):

This works great if you have a way to load and unload your animals. You have to have a ramp or be able to lift them in or out. It is a little tricky to get them to step over the frame of the door approx. 3 inched above the truck bottom. The picture is misleading because it shows a much bigger carrier than you will actually receive. We had to measure the one we got to make sure it met the dimension listed. It did so there is no way that the product in the picture is what they are selling. Based on where the top falls in line with the truck sides and top it has to be a larger carrier in the picture. Be prepared to be disappointed in its size. But it can hold a good sized animal once you get it through the door. We transported a 3 month old Dexter heifer without any problems. Loaded her up a chute and ramp.