Portable Panel Stall Front - Large Feed Door

SKU: MPLFD

Portable Panels can be set up or taken down in minutes. With their one-piece frame set up is a breeze when time is not on your side. They are also very easy to transport with their lightweight construction. Simply pick the whole thing up and move it.

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Portable Panel Stall Front - Large Feed Door
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Our Portable Panel horse stalls are 7' tall and offer a great portable or permanent horse stall solution. They are hot-dipped galvanized and offer the best type of rust protection. There are several ways to customize, and they really can fit into almost any facility (fabricated after ordering). This stall for horses has good ventilation and allows for socialization, has no edges for your horse to chew, are easy to install, and they offer many ways to customize with feed doors and gates.

Installation: This is a freestanding stall system. No support posts are required for installation. Connect stall panels with stall connectors, which are sold separately.

*Note: Wood lumber is not included in the kit.

- We love our new stalls! They are more than I imagined they would be. We went with the Modulars because we want to move them in the future. They are able to move but also very heavy and sound when in use. Thank you! Mary L.-WI

- Hi Michelle, I haven't taken pictures yet, but I will. It is a PERFECT match to the other stall. You can't tell which one is the old one and which is new. My brother-in-law was also impressed when me moved the 2 way connectors and installed the 3 way that the 2 way had no corrosion or rust anywhere on them after being exposed to the "horse elements" for over a year. Thanks! Patti

- Hi Michelle, I haven't taken pictures yet, but I will. It is a PERFECT match to the other stall. You can't tell which one is the old one and which is new. My brother-in-law was also impressed when me moved the 2 way connectors and installed the 3 way that the 2 way had no corrosion or rust anywhere on them after being exposed to the "horse elements" for over a year. Thanks! Patti