When it comes to horse fencing there are lots of different options available to horse owners. Wood rail horse fence or wood board fence is a traditional option that's inexpensive and attractive. There are several advantages to this type of fence but the disadvantage is if you decide to have it painted it will require maintenance to keep it looking good over time. Many horse owners often choose to run a strand of hot wire along the top board to discourage horses from chewing or pushing on the wood. Another popular option for horse fencing is pipe fence. Pipe fencing is a highly visible type of fence that is relatively expensive to install but requires very little maintenance. If beauty is what you're looking for in a horse fence then vinyl or PVC fence is what you want. A vinyl horse fence can drastically improve the appearance of your entire farm. Vinyl horse fencing comes in a variety of colors and sizes. Even better, vinyl fencing requires no maintenance and horses won't chew on the cribbed boards. A less expensive option is electric tape or hot wire fence. This is typically a temporary option, often used to keep horses out of a pasture while seeding it. Another inexpensive option is wire mesh or woven wire field fencing. Similarly, you could always choose to go with braided wire cable fencing as well. Depending on the terrain, if it's hard to dig holes in your area, you may want to go with buck and rail fence. These wildlife friendly fences don't have any wires that wildlife could potentially get tangled up in. If you're not sure which type of horse fence is best for you, we can help. Simply fill out the contact form and we will get back to you and help you put a plan together to install the perfect horse fence to suit your specifc needs .
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