Category: Farm Fencing

Fencing Materials for Rural Deer Control: Wood, Vinyl, and More

Deer Fence

When it comes to protecting your rural property from the curious and hungry wildlife that often roams the countryside, selecting the right fencing material is crucial. Deer can be persistent garden visitors, making the choice of fencing materials an essential consideration. Wooden Fences: Rustic Charm with Effectiveness Wooden fences have long been a popular choice… Read more »

How to Extend the Life Of Your Farm Fence

A barbed wire farm fence.

What are some tips for extending the life of a farm fence? Routine Maintenance Obviously, maintenance and caring for the fence are important… too often, farmers neglect their fencing all-together, and then wonder why it’s no longer functioning as intended. Just like farmers take time to tend to their animals and crops, every farmer with… Read more »

Tips for Planning a Horse Fence for Your Property

Fences for Horses

All Around Fence sells a variety of fencing, including farm fencing used to corral horses. Ideally, a horse fence needs to keep horses on the property where they belong. Additionally, fencing needs to keep out nuisances that would bother the horses, like stray dogs and other animals/critters who “don’t belong there.” Horse fencing helps control… Read more »

Why Woven Wire Fences Are a Great Option for Farmers

Woven Wire Farm Fence

When searching for fences to put up around their properties, farmers have no shortage of options. There are a wide range of fences that can be used on farms. Nevertheless, woven wire fences have turned into one of the most popular types of fences for farmers. Here are 3 reasons why farmers love woven wire… Read more »

How to Plan the Installation of a Farm Fence

If you’re thinking of having All Around Fence add or replace a farm fence, what are some things to consider? Fences, as you know, divide and protect property. They’re typically used on farms to also confine or exclude animals. If you plan to have a permanent fence on your property, it makes sense to spend… Read more »

The Benefits of Pressure Treated Pine Posts

Farm fencing installation near Uniontown PA by All Around Fencing

Pine wood is an inexpensive one that’s normally yellowish or whitish with brown knots. Over time, it develops a rustic patina and generally resists both shrinking and swelling. When you’re having a fence installed, consider using pressure-treated pine posts. Pine does well with pressure treatment– it has a conducive cell structure which easily absorbs chemicals… Read more »

Things to Consider Before Building a Fence on Your Property

Getting a New Fence

If you’re planning on putting up a fence around your property soon, there are several things you need to consider before doing it. For starters, you’ll want to figure out exactly where you want to put the fence based on your needs. There are several other things to think about as well. Check them out… Read more »

What Type of Fence Do I Need for My Animals?

Animal Fences

If you have livestock on your property there’s a good chance you don’t want them to wander away, right? Thank goodness, then, for fences, which keep animals contained in suitable spaces. Best Fences Sheep and Goats Do you have sheep and/or goats? If so, then you’d want a decent fence around the perimeter of your… Read more »

Why You Should Consider Vinyl Fencing

Vinyl Fencing for Animal Owners

It wasn’t until the 1980s that vinyl fencing became en vogue. Now it’s quite ubiquitous in neighborhoods across the country, and for good reasons. What are some of the advantages of vinyl fencing over wood fencing? Well, vinyl is much stronger than wood. Sure, you think wood is strong, but eventually wood rots and can… Read more »

A Farmer’s Fence is Vital to His or Her Livelihood

Farm Fence

If you’re a farmer, your animals are your most important asset. Obviously, you do not want them wandering off the farm where they could get lost or killed. Therefore, farmers need quality fencing around their property to corral animals. Keep Animal Corralled A quality fence keeps your animals “in” and other animals “out,” so it… Read more »