Horse Fencing

Horse Fencing

Anyone will tell you that having horses means that you have a lot on your plate to keep them safe, happy, and well-cared for. When it comes to trying to choose the right fencing for your farm or ranch, you need to know that there are not hard and fast rules that you need to stick to. However, horse fencing is one of the biggest and most important investments that you will make for your property. Because of this, you need to take the extra time necessary to evaluate all of the different types of fencing out there today to pick out the best for your budget, situation, and your location. Of course, you will also want to think about aesthetics and maintenance.

Fencing Location

You can think about fencing as a two-part issue that you need to conquer. The geographic location of your property can help you to decide the best option to choose. For example, if you have a farm that is located in Kentucky or Virginia, you will generally see four-board fences. On the other hand, farms that are located in the Midwest will often have pipe fencing.

Next, you will need to think about where the fencing will be needed on your property. When you are putting in perimeter fencing, you will want it to be taller than the fence that you use for the paddocks. The right horse fencing around the perimeter will work to keep your horses properly contained while also acting as an excellent barrier to keep out any uninvited guests. You can also use paddock fencing inside the perimeter as a temporary means of moving pasture areas and rotating fields with ease.

Fencing Materials

You will find a wide range of materials available today that you can choose from when selecting fencing for your horses. Some of the most common options will include wood, coated lumber, PVC planks, mesh, metal piping, electric fencing, steel, and high-tensile coated wire. You need to keep in mind that every type of fencing will come with their own advantages and disadvantages. When picking out the fencing for your property, you need to weigh the pros and cons and make sure that you have the best fencing to stand up to regular use and abuse while still giving you the aesthetic aspect that you want for your property.

Of all of the options listed, steel fencing is a durable and beautiful option that can stand up to the test of time. At Buckley Fence, we offer steel board horse fencing and steel gates that add both style and functionality to your property. All of the steel fencings that we carry is double-sided zinc galvanized, and it comes with a powder coating made from architectural-grade powder coating meshed with innovative zinc phosphate conversion coating. This is steel fencing for horses that are built to last. If you are interested in outfitting your property with the finest steel fencing on the market today, please contact our team for more information on delivery.

Buckley Fence, LLC
6755 East 50th Avenue b, Commerce City, CO 80022

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