Agriculture/Farm Fencing

Agriculture/Farm Fencing

In an agricultural land, it is of paramount importance to protect the crops as that is the final output of all the hard work and sweat put into the land. The usual problems faced by agriculturalists are grazing by domestic animals, crop damage by wild animals and theft by passers-by.

Whenever the issue is grazing by domestic animals, the best solution to go for is a 3×3 GI Chain Link on stone or concrete posts. This type of fence does not harm the animals and keep them away from coming near the crops. If you are looking for such fencing for agricultural land, We are the right place for you to place your fence orders. Get a variety of options in fencing to protect your agricultural land from animals and trespassers.

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Barbed Wire Fencing

Barbed Wire Fencing

Barbed wire is the classic farm fencing for confining cattle, consisting of two or three horizontal strands of strong woven wire into which sharp barbs are inserted. The strands are strung between metal or wooden posts.

 

Welded Wire Fencing

Welded Wire Fencing

This basic farm fencing is made from rigid wires arranged in vertical and horizontal rows with joints welded together. Typically the grid squares two inches wide and three or four inches tall.

Field Wire Fencing

Field Wire Fencing

Another type of wire fence, but one which uses heavier gauge wire, with joints that are crimped to provide extra strength. It is used for cattle, hogs, and other large livestock.

Electric Fencing

When an animal or human being comes into contact with the electric Fence, they receive a sharp, short, painful but safe electric shock. The shock does not cause any physical damage. The electric fence acts as a strong psychological barrier as any intruder avoid coming into contact with the electric Fence once they experience the shock. After a period of conditioning, the mere presence of the fence acts as an effective barrier even if it is not powered ‘ON’.
Electric fence can be made to detect a fault on the fence like shorting or cutting of the wire due to tampering on the fence with the Alarm system.

  • Stand alone non-lethal system.
  • Low cost – electric fences require less materials and labour than conventional fences.
  • Easily constructed – with fewer and lighter materials.
  • Long life – due to reduced physical pressure.
  • Universal application – will contain all types of animals while discouraging predators and trespassers.
  • Improves existing fences – by including 1 or 2 electrified wires in your conventional fence or by adding offsets. This will extend the fence life.
  • Simplicity and flexibility – a quick and easy way to effectively subdivide a paddock for intensive grazing, improving pasture management and production.
  • Low maintenance – due to reduced stock pressure.