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Installing Wood Fence

We install five types of farm fences.

Three Rail Farm Fence

Three Rail Farm Fence

Three rail farm fence is a more const effective solution than four rail. It provides a durable horse or cattle fence for the needs of many small farms.

We can install electric barriers along with the fence to provide the best security for your animals. We use the highest quality wood materials on all of our projects.

Four Rail Farm Fence

Four Rail Fence
Farm fence gate

Four Rail Farm Fence

The main purpose of a four rail farm fence is to prevent a foal or calf from rolling under the bottom rail. Livestock put a lot of pressure on fences and it’s always a good idea to incorporate a hot wire to keep them off the fence.

We build custom wood farm gates as shown in the photo on the lower left. In addition we provide steel gates where the installation requires a lighter gate.

Our installers provide professional installation of four rail farm and ranch fences, and we warranty our work and products.

Cross Buck Farm Fence

Cross Buck Farm Fence

Cross buck, or crossbuck, farm fencing is a post and rail design with an “X” pattern between the posts. It offers unsurpassed aesthetic appeal to property owners and is a classic design throughout the Northeast Georgia countryside.

We’ll build a cross buck fence that shows off the beauty of your farm property.

Round Post & Wire Farm Fence

Round Post & Wire Farm Fence

Round posts will give you a classic farm fence look. Square posts are a little more susceptible to water damage and rot than round posts, because of exposed corners.

We use the highest quality round wood posts for our projects and can use various types of wire depending on your needs. Round post and wire fence is often a cost effective solution for farm fencing.

T-Post & Wire Farm Fence

T-Post & Wire Farm Fence

T-posts are made of high-quality steel that holds up to pressure and the environment. We use the heaviest T-posts that are available.

The typical spacing of posts is between 8′ and 12′. The distance for your fence will be determined by the way you plan to use your fence.

Whether you need barbed wire or electric fencing we’ll work with you to design the best post and wire farm fence for your needs.

The right fence can add distinctive design and character to your property. We specialize in helping land and farm owners get the best fence solution for their needs.
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