Actually, it’s always time for fence maintenance, but our cold winters and deep frost wreak havoc on fences. Spring is the best time to walk your fence lines, before the grass starts to grow so you can clearly see what needs to be done. We use mainly 7-strand, high tensile fence here, which is a typical type of livestock fence. Wood posts and braces are placed at corners and gates and single posts are placed at wide intervals along the … Read More
Ron has had another busy season building livestock fencing for clients. This latest installation will serve to contain animals of various species and sizes, so it includes a tall no-climb fence with a hot wire along the top. The season for fence installation is quite short, since it doesn’t start until shearing season is over in late June. If you have a need for new or improved fencing, please contact Ron to discuss your options.
I’ve been watching this big poplar tree for the last few days since we’ve had some heavy rains and wind. Had it always been leaning this much and I’d not noticed? Guess not. This morning the tree was down on the perimeter fence around our male alpacas’ pasture. But no harm done. The tree missed the corner posts and just landed on the wire. We use a 7 strand high tensile fence for our perimeter. One of the advantages of … Read More