We offer customizable farm fencing solutions to meet your agricultural needs in the Austin Texas area.
From sturdy livestock fences to bull wire and post-and-rail fences, our Austin Texas agricultural fences are crafted using top-grade materials that are designed to withstand the toughest environmental conditions. We take pride in our attention to detail and precision installation to ensure that your fences are sturdy, long-lasting, and provide secure containment for your animals. Whether you have cattle, horses, sheep, or any other type of livestock, our custom-designed fences are tailored to meet your specific requirements and ensure the safety and well-being of your animals.
Beyond livestock containment, our farm fences also play a crucial role in protecting your valuable crops from wildlife and unwanted intruders. We offer a variety of fencing options, including wood split rail fences and bull wire fences, that provide effective crop protection while maintaining the aesthetics of your farm. With our range of customizable designs and professional installation services, we are committed to providing farm fences that not only meet your functional needs but also enhance the overall appearance of your agricultural property.Learn More About Us
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There are many farm fencing options you can select to create the perfect solution for your situation. Whether you need a higher level of protection or you simply want a beautiful visual barrier around the perimeter of your property, we have the perfect solution for you!
Our most popular type of farm fencing is called Post and Rail. In this style of fencing you can select different heights, different numbers of rails, and you can add strong welded wire to drastically increase the security of the fence. Check out our most popular farm fence options used across the Georgetown region.
The shortest of the farm fencing, the 2-rail fence is just like it sounds with 2 wooden rails being fixed to each post around your property. This type of fence is great for decorative fencing or keeping in small animals when you add wire mesh.
For more height and an extra rail for strength and protection, 3-rail farm fences are probably the most common types of agricultural fencing since they can contain more animals but also stay at a mid-range height of about 4-5 feet tall.
Choose your farm fencing based on the aesthetics you are looking for as well as the height that you need. 4-rail farm fencing is the tallest of the rail wood fences and can also be fitted with wire mesh for a more secure boundary.
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Traditionally, farm fencing is wood split rail fences (often called post and rail fences) or high tensile fences. Welded wire can be added to post and rail fences for specific small animal yards. There are variations of each type based on what you need to enclose. For example, if you have horses, you can border your land with split rail, but if you have smaller animals like chickens or pigs, you'll need something closer to the ground and with less open space. Our team of fence experts is happy to discuss your specific needs and find the perfect solution for your Central Texas property.
Farm fencing works very well when it comes to following the changing levels of ground across many fields. Wood fencing particularly is always one of the most adjustable types of fencing and can be modified to your specifications.
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