Farm fencing styles can look very similar but there are key differences. Farm fencing styles are important if you intend to grow crops on your farm. Agriculture fences are for keeping animals out of an area while farm fences are for keeping animals within that area. There are many options for farm fencing and agricultural fence. Split rail fencing reinforced with wire mesh is popular for keeping hungry animals away from your fields. However, there are other fence options available for livestock and horses. Ranch fencing is required to protect and contain your horses and cattle. Split rail, cable, and pipe fencing are all popular options for horses. Electric fences and barbed wire fences work well for cattle.
Below is a list of ranch and farm fences:
Cattle fencing is an essential requirement for farm owners who want to protect their cattle.
Horse fencing is a safety concern. You have safe options.
Our most durable fence option is the Pipe & Cable Fencing. This is a popular choice for horse owners.
Barbed Wire Fencing is an economical option that marks miles of property lines.
Split Rail Fencing: This traditional design is durable and reliable.
Our affordable electric fencing options will keep your livestock safe.
Horse owners are well aware that the horse fence you use to protect your horses needs to be safe for your horses. You don't want your horse to get scared and run through the fence. A fence that is good for cows might not work well for horses. You don't want your horse to get into a barb wire fence. Split rail fencing is great because it's safe, visible, strong, and easy to use. Horse owners also have the option of cable or pipe fencing. The pipe and cable fence is made with a strong pipe at the top that horses can't knock down with their hooves. No climb horse fence is also available.
No climb horse fence
Traditional, no-climb horse fence at its best. Strong 12-1/2 gauge wire available in three, four, five, six and six foot sizes. The fence is rigidly held together by a stiff stay knot. The special 2" x 4 mesh size keeps horses' hooves out and prevents them from climbing over the fence. Keeps valuable horses secure. Galvanized construction is durable and lasts for many years.
Field Fence: Hinge Joint Knot Wire
Flexible hinge joint knots allow woven field fencing to return to its original form. This fence is the best choice for ranchers because it can withstand heavy livestock and falling tree limbs. There are many styles and heights, with 6-inch spacing between vertical wires.
Field Fence: Fixed-Knot Wire
The vertical stay wires are held in place by a high-tensile field fence that has a fixed knot. Vertical stay wires are longer than Farm Field fence and have a greater strength. It is ideal for farm, ranch and highway installations. Galvanized Fixed-Knot Wire resists weathering and extends wear. The Class 3 galvanized coating can be used for up to 25 year.
High Tensile Smooth Wire Fence
High Tensile Smooth Wire is an innovative option for enclosing large-open spaces. High tensile DW200 (200,000 p.s.i. tensile) wire is ideally suited to professionally-installed electrified wire fencing systems to keep horses in and predators out. This fence is a cost-saving option for ranches with large or remote areas. The class 3 zinc coating provides years of additional service and a beautiful appearance.
Wooden Rail Fence
Wooden ranch rails were the industry standard before PVC ranch rails.
A wooden ranch rail fence can add beauty to your property and also contain your livestock. Every farm is different and will require a unique farm fence. We will work with each farm to design the perfect wooden ranch rail. We can help you choose the right length, width and height for your farm.
Vinyl Ranch Rail Fence
Vinyl ranch rail fences can withstand weather damage, sun exposure, chemicals and insects. They are beautiful, structurally sound fences that will last decades. Vinyl ranch rail fences can be constructed with either two, three or four rails. Crossbuck railing can be installed by cutting two rails, placing them diagonally and giving your vinyl ranch fence a unique appearance.
Split Rail Fence
Split rail fencing is a very popular type of farm fence. There are many types of split rail fencing available, including cedar, pressure-treated pine and vinyl. Split rail fencing can be used to keep unwanted animals like deer away, but also allows you to keep in animals like dogs and farm animals. Split rail fences can be simple and affordable. To keep rabbits away, ranch and farm owners often fortify their fences with chicken wire. Split rail fencing is a good option if you have a lot of land to fence.
It is important to have adequate fencing for cattle fencing in order to prevent your cattle roaming free and putting themselves in danger. The most popular cattle fencing options include electric fences and barbed wire fences. Split rail fences are also available. Pipe & cable fencing is another popular option. Depending on the purpose of your cattle fence, you will need a different type. An electric fence is a good option if you have a bull pen that you want to keep your bull apart from your cows. Each ranch and farm will require different fencing requirements. Contact us today for all your farm fence needs.
Barbed wire is a popular fencing option for ranch and farm properties. Barbed wire is a wire that has a lot of sharp spikes. Barbed wire is used to fence ranches and farms. Barbed wire is ideal
It can be used to denote property lines and keep livestock contained. This is a cost-effective option for fencing large areas of property. The fence contractors at Fence Installation Spring Hill are skilled in installing barb wire fence safely. Contact us to learn more about our affordable and professional barbed wire fence installation.
Hog Wire Fence
Because it offers homeowners a wide view, homeowners can keep pets and children inside and out. Hog wire is becoming a more popular alternative to traditional fencing options. Hog wire is usually four feet high, which makes it a great choice for fencing your yard.
You can also add a kickboard measuring 2x12 inches at the bottom of the fence to make it 6 feet tall. A living fence can be made with hog wire fencing. A hog wire fence can also be used as a trellis. Hog wire can be used to grow almost any vine plant. Climbing roses and jasmine are just a few of the many options. Imagine how beautiful your yard can look!