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Possible Answers: GRID.
Last seen on: LA Times Crossword 16 Apr 2018, Monday
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A cattle grid (UK English) – also known as a stock grid in Australia; cattle guard in American English; and vehicle pass, Texas gate, or stock gap in the United States Southeast; or a cattle stop in New Zealand English – is a type of obstacle used to prevent livestock, such as sheep, cattle, pigs, horses, or mules from passing along a road or railway which penetrates the fencing surrounding an enclosed piece of land or border. It consists of a depression in the road covered by a transverse grid of bars or tubes, normally made of metal and firmly fixed to the ground on either side of the depression, so that the gaps between them are wide enough for an animal’s feet to enter, but sufficiently narrow not to impede a wheeled vehicle or human foot. This provides an effective barrier to animals without impeding wheeled vehicles, as the animals are reluctant to walk on the grates.
The modern cattle guard for roads used by automobiles is said to have been independently invented a number of times on the Great Plains of the United States around 1905–1915. Before that period a similar device for railroads was in use at least as early as 1836; from pre-Roman times a stone stile had been used in England. An article in Texas Monthly claims that the “first recorded use of a cattle guard for nonrail traffic” occurred in 1881 in Archer County, Texas, on the stagecoach road between Archer City and Henrietta.