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Farm Fencing Buying Guide

Farm Fencing Buying Guide

Large animals require a safe environment to live. As an animal owner, you want to protect your investment. But before you invest in a farm fencing system, check out some of your options.


Farm Fencing Types and Options

Woven Wire Fence is manufactured in various heights and wire spacing to suit a wide variety of containment needs, depending on the size of your livestock and the number of animals per acre. Woven wire fence is also suited for keeping pests and predators out of pastures. Galvanized coating provides durability against the elements. A single strand of barbed wire is often used as a top strand to keep livestock from leaning on the woven wire fence.

Electric Fencing is normally used to contain livestock. It is often used in conjunction with other types of fencing to eliminate pressure on the fence. With low-output chargers, electric fencing can also be used for pet containment or keeping animals out of garden areas. Regular electrical outlets or solar energizers that convert and store solar energy are used to power electric fences.

Barbed Wire is a proven choice for tougher applications are required. Galvanized coating provides durability and protection against the elements. Make sure your barbed wire fence project remains neat and sturdy with fence stays and ferrules.  

Tube Gates are the perfect solution for entries and between pastures. Rounded high-tensile strength tubing with continuous-welded saddle joints create strength and durability. Tube gates are also manufactured to meet a variety of needs from fencing pastures to construction sites to large herd containment.

Gate Openers offer the ultimate in convenience. Automatic openers work on various types of gates including tube, panel and wood. Options include adjustable obstruction sensing, gate sequencing and auto-close settings.

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