- Stock fencing
- Traditional parkland fencing
- Galvanized Estate
Stock fencing is a heavy-duty wire fence that, when installed, forms a high tensile barrier capable of enclosing large livestock. It is often used conjunction with barbed wire or electric fencing. Generally, it comes in two different height rolls - 0.8m and 1.2m and both are available with different hole sizes.
Traditional parkland or estate fencing is a metal ornate fence, originally used around large houses and estates. Now used as a decorative form of fence, it is mostly used for domestic and new housing developments to give a formative feel to entrances and open spaces.
It is only suitable to contain sheep; if used for horses or cattle then taller options will be needed or electric added to the stock side.
Examples of our Agricultural Fencing
- Stock fencing to keep the goats in on the Marlborough Downs!
- 2,000m stock netting on the edge of Salisbury Plain
- 2,000m stock fencing near Marlborough
- 6,000m stock netting fencing in Dorset
- 2,000m galvanized estate fencing on Salisbury Plain
- Metal Estate fence erected at Corsham