How many 12' panels does it take to make a 60' round pen? Or what size pen will 11, 12' panels make?

# Round Pen Question

Started by KatyB, Sep 30 2010 01:45 PM

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### #1

Posted 30 September 2010 - 01:45 PM

Katy

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### #2

Posted 30 September 2010 - 02:26 PM

5 panels to make a 60' foot round pen using 12' foot panels

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### #3

Posted 30 September 2010 - 02:30 PM

I think 11 will make about a 50' round pen

### #4

Posted 30 September 2010 - 02:31 PM

It would take sixteen 12' panels to get a 60' diameter round pen.

Here's how to calculate how many panels of what size you'll need: Multiply the diameter you desire by 3.14 to determine the pen's circumference. Divide the circumference by the length of the panels you wish to use. Example: If you plan to use 12 foot panels to construct a 60 foot pen, multiply 60 by 3.14 to get a circumference of 188.4, then divide 188.4 by 12 (panel length) to get 15.7. So you will need 16 panels for a slightly larger than 60-foot pen.

Here's how to calculate how many panels of what size you'll need: Multiply the diameter you desire by 3.14 to determine the pen's circumference. Divide the circumference by the length of the panels you wish to use. Example: If you plan to use 12 foot panels to construct a 60 foot pen, multiply 60 by 3.14 to get a circumference of 188.4, then divide 188.4 by 12 (panel length) to get 15.7. So you will need 16 panels for a slightly larger than 60-foot pen.

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### #5

Posted 30 September 2010 - 02:44 PM

QUOTE (eeyore4176 @ Sep 30 2010, 07:31 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>

It would take sixteen 12' panels to get a 60' diameter round pen.

Here's how to calculate how many panels of what size you'll need: Multiply the diameter you desire by 3.14 to determine the pen's circumference. Divide the circumference by the length of the panels you wish to use. Example: If you plan to use 12 foot panels to construct a 60 foot pen, multiply 60 by 3.14 to get a circumference of 188.4, then divide 188.4 by 12 (panel length) to get 15.7. So you will need 16 panels for a slightly larger than 60-foot pen.

Here's how to calculate how many panels of what size you'll need: Multiply the diameter you desire by 3.14 to determine the pen's circumference. Divide the circumference by the length of the panels you wish to use. Example: If you plan to use 12 foot panels to construct a 60 foot pen, multiply 60 by 3.14 to get a circumference of 188.4, then divide 188.4 by 12 (panel length) to get 15.7. So you will need 16 panels for a slightly larger than 60-foot pen.

Thanks! I knew there had to be a formula, but I definitely couldn't figure it out!

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### #6

Posted 30 September 2010 - 07:47 PM

FYI- Those 12' panels are heavy to move!! I stick with 10' , 6 rail heavy duty panels....

Make sure you get the ones that are squared at the top-- not rounded. The rounded upper corners can catch a horses leg and bust it easily!

Make sure you get the ones that are squared at the top-- not rounded. The rounded upper corners can catch a horses leg and bust it easily!

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