The Biggest Threats to Livestock Fencing and How to Address Them

Posted by Brett McCutcheon on Feb 17, 2018 10:48:00 AM

Livestock fencing is a critical barrier you rely on to keep your animals in and threats out. Weaknesses and failures can cause major problems for any farmer. All types of fencing, from hi-tensile to barbed to wire to wood, are susceptible to damage. Here we outline the major categories of threats to your livestock fencing and how to address them.


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Topics: Fence, Wire Fence, Build Livestock Fences, Fence Staples, Fencing, Fence Stapler




How to Build a Wire Fence To Keep Livestock In and Others Out

Posted by Brett McCutcheon on Mar 26, 2015 12:40:00 PM

Fences come in many shapes, sizes and materials, and can serve many purposes. As a contractor, you may be asked to build a small white picket fence to be a decorative border around a Victorian style home, or construct a 20 mile wire fence around the perimeter of a ranch. According to Charles Sanders, in his article for Backwoods Home Magazine entitled How to Build a Fence for your Homestead, “One of the basic fixtures on a homestead is fencing. Fences are used to keep animals in, or out, of areas. They are used to mark boundaries or provide attractive borders to properties.


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Topics: Wire Fence, Build Livestock Fences, Fence Staples





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