This rustic option is great for wetlands or other environmentally fragile areas. The posts are not set in concrete unless requested; they are simply driven into the ground. This fence gets its name from the posts being “split” by the rails as they sit inside the post.
Hog Panel/ High 5
Originally used for smaller livestock, this is a very popular option for dog runs. Also known as ‘High 5’ because the maximum height is 5 feet. That can be extended by a decorative top rail if you desire a 6 foot fence. Hog panel wire is made with 4×4 inch square openings.
No Climb fence is made with 2×4 inch wire that flexes to prevent climbing and injuries to animals. This wire is available in a 6-foot tall option. This is most commonly used for horses since they cannot fit their legs or hooves through the fence.
2, 3, 4 Rail
This classic style comes in wood and vinyl, and in your choice of how many rails. It is a very clean and stylish fence, allowing lots of visibility. The more rails, the taller the fence. It creates a very pleasant boundary to any property.
Cattle fencing varies- either using woven wire, barbed wire, or both. This fence blends in very well with the landscape while maintaining a distinct boundary for animals.