Farm Fencing in Niagara and Southern Ontario

 

Electric Fence



Electric fencing is the most cost effective fencing system available. It requires little maintenance and installs quickly and easily.

It provides a psychological and physical barrier to contain most animals.

Electric fencing may be used on its own or added on to existing fencing to deter animals from pushing on the fence. This will extend the life of the existing fence.

Choices range between electric tape, electric rope, electric braid, hot cote wire, polywire or galvanized high tensile wire.

 

Flex Fence


 

Flex fencing is designed specifically for horses and is made from high grade plastic with three 12.5 gauge high tensile wires for extra strength. It is a safer alternative to paige wire or oak board. Flex fence combines high durability and great looks in a unique fencing solution. The fence looks like board fence and comes in three colors, white, black, and brown, to match most farm colour schemes.

The unique design allows the flex to slide on the rails on impact. Flex Fence is capable of withstanding temperatures well below 40C making it perfect for all climates. The fence is low maintenance as it won’t splinter, warp or fade, and no paint is required. Proper installation will greatly increase the life and attractiveness of the fence.

Flex fence is also great to add as a top rail to other fencing options (paige wire or electric) to make a combination fence.

 

Oak Board Fencing


 

Oak Board fencing is very traditional and very attractive. It is long lasting and durable. A good board fence should last 20 years.

Typical construction is made up of three or four horizontal boards. Owners can also add a vertical board over the posts to provide a complete look and extra protection.

Oak board fencing is an affordable fencing solution and very easy to maintain. Oak fences can be left natural or they can be painted to give your farm a well-maintained look.

When it comes to corners and curves along the fence line, board fencing allows for easy installation. Braces and concrete are unnecessary as no pressure is put on the posts. This usually makes for more affordable possibilities of curves and corners in board fencing.

 

Paige Wire


  

Paige Wire fencing, also known as woven wire, handles the tough task of confining herds of cattle, horses, sheep, deer or other large animals because it can hold up to ongoing abuse.

Even the most severe weather won't break down this fence because special wire crimps allow fencing to expand and contract as temperatures rise and fall.

A variety of heights and styles are available.