Articles - Category: Farm Fencing

13 Apr

Fences are an important protective element of any farm or agricultural operation with livestock. To ensure optimal livestock safety and a long-lasting fence, it is important to know how far apart farm fence posts need to be. Fence posts are the support structure of a fence that barbed wire or electric wire attaches to. If…

23 Mar

Choosing the right type of fence for your farm is crucial for maintaining the safety and health of your livestock. Though barbed wire fences and electric fences are equally popular choices, they each have distinct qualities and characteristics. Understanding these unique qualities will allow you to choose the optimal farm fencing solution for your needs….

25 Feb

While barbed wire fences are most commonly used to prevent predators from attacking your livestock, barbed wire fences can also prevent your animals from escaping. Additionally, these types of fences can be used to protect resources temporarily or permanently from grazing animals. If you are unsure about when barbed wire fencing should be used on…

07 Jan

When picking fencing out for a turkey farm, it is important to know what to prioritize in order to properly protect your birds. Although turkeys are more than capable of flying short distances and escaping enclosures, they are usually content to stay in their pasture, as long as they have what they need to live….

12 Nov

Security for farms is extremely important. Wandering animals, predators, and trespassers can all put the livelihood of a farmer at risk. Even if the farm is not designed to generate income but is rather used to supply your family with homegrown food, it is useful to know the best hobby farm fencing options. The type…

10 Sep

If you have a farm or acreage and you need to set up a fence around it, it can be helpful to know the differences and comparative benefits of wire fencing and wooden board fencing. There are many good reasons to use either material when building a fence, so make sure that you talk to…

13 Aug

Fencing in cattle pastures properly can keep you from experiencing some pretty significant headaches down the road. Cows are prone to lean against and scratch themselves on barriers, so they often break weaker fences and escape without even meaning to. They also tend to roam, so once they get out, chasing down cows can be…

09 Jul

If you live or work on a farm with livestock, it is likely that you know the dangers that coyotes can pose to your animals. Although a coyote’s natural prey is smaller game such as rabbits and other rodents, they are omnivorous and highly adaptive, so it is quite common for them to kill smaller…

11 Jun

When looking at fencing options for your horses, it can be easy to feel overwhelmed by all of the choices out there. Between researching and choosing the best type of fence to use, planning out the fence line, and installing the posts, boards, and mesh, fencing in a paddock can be a pretty big job….

09 Apr

If you live in an area that is frequently visited by deer and other wildlife, there are many benefits to deer fencing for your property. Whether you have a garden or farm that needs to be protected, animals to keep safe from ticks and other insects brought by deer, or you just do not want…