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Pig Brig - Any experience with it? #8508905 01/20/22 05:14 PM
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Looks like a good, relatively inexpensive system, but wondering if anyone had any experience with them??

https://pigbrig.com/#qv

Re: Pig Brig - Any experience with it? [Re: bassfishinglawyer] #8509017 01/20/22 07:23 PM
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I've seen some videos. I would wonder how long it would last before it began to wear out and start to tear or come apart.
At about $2,000 I wouldn't say it's all that inexpensive. I suppose relatively is a "relative" term… or should I say "nebulous"?


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Re: Pig Brig - Any experience with it? [Re: bassfishinglawyer] #8509047 01/20/22 08:02 PM
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My buddy bought just the net and put his own post up and has caught 30 or so in it. He saw one on his neighbors land and they said they really like it ...you want pm me and you can talk to him about it. He is in Lamar County

Re: Pig Brig - Any experience with it? [Re: bassfishinglawyer] #8509147 01/20/22 10:09 PM
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I know someone who bought one and said it works well. I believe he did have a problem when it rained once with hogs inside. They stomped the mesh into the ground and sounds like it was a pain to get it all back in order to work correctly....not that it broke or anything, just that the mesh had to be pulled out of the muck.

I've wonder why someone hasn't made something similar, but using a standard round pen with tposts and hog panels, but then making the gate out or a nylon mesh. Basically have a mesh opening that hogs could come in, but fastened to the inside so it drops back down after they enter.


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Re: Pig Brig - Any experience with it? [Re: Dalroo] #8509153 01/20/22 10:15 PM
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Originally Posted by Dalroo
I've wonder why someone hasn't made something similar, but using a standard round pen with tposts and hog panels, but then making the gate out or a nylon mesh. Basically have a mesh opening that hogs could come in, but fastened to the inside so it drops back down after they enter.


That actually sounds like a good idea. One could make a fairly wide and somewhat tall opening, which might encourage shy hogs to go in.


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Re: Pig Brig - Any experience with it? [Re: bassfishinglawyer] #8509156 01/20/22 10:23 PM
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Wondering if that trap can somehow be used in connection with a livestock trailer for loading up live hogs for sale at a buying fascility.

Re: Pig Brig - Any experience with it? [Re: bassfishinglawyer] #8509854 01/21/22 04:31 PM
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thanks all - might take you up on it KJ

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