See over 20 different handy farm and ranch built gate ideas from the GateTalk series, including a remote system for opening gates from your vehicle, a gate that latches with a simple push, one that is opened by a vehicle and closes by itself after the vehicle passes through, a gate that’s easy for almost anyone to open and close by turning a crank, gates that latch with sliding metal and wood latches, and another that can be closed by using your foot. Other gate innovations featured include an over centre gate latch that’s easily opened when in a hurry, a spring loaded latch that allows you to open and close a gate with one hand, a heavy duty gate with a drill stem frame to handle the wear and tear of cattle traffic, and a gate that’s two gates in one and can be used as a man gate or as a wider vehicle gate. You’ll also see a spring loaded ATV gate that closes by itself after you drive over it, a ramp for driving your ATV over the gate without opening it, a gate that opens and closes by pushing down on a plunger with your front end loader, a man gate that’s spring loaded and over centered to keep it open when you open it and closed when you close it, a gate where the end posts are joined by an in-ground pipe to keep the gate from shifting, as well as a gate with a pole inside the end post so you can open the gate and anchor it in any position by pushing the inside post into the ground. Fencing ideas on this video include a durable fence made from fiberglass, a floating fence post for fencing wet areas and a hydraulic wire roller/unroller that’s pulled by a tractor. Other fencing innovations include hydraulically controlled gates for sorting cattle, sucker rod fence posts that go into the ground even in dry conditions, the Kwik Clip system for attaching wire to sucker rod fence posts, and a unique S.P. fencing machine that comes in handy for every aspect of building a fence.