Wood Fence Styles for Farms

Jul 29th

There is nothing more attractive than a long fence bordering a farm. The most important when building a fence is the purpose of the same factor. The various cattle require different types of wood fence styles. For horses, the best option is a near standard table, which is also the best choice for a perimeter fence. This type is closely similar to the standard tables, except for construction contains four cross rails. The upper and lower tables are straight and parallel to the floor. The two central panels are crossed over one another, forming an “X” between posts.

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These attractive and strong fences usually used as borders and horse corrals. Are composed separated by 2.40 to 3m, poles and tables 2, 5-5 cm thick and 10-15 cm wide. These wood fence styles usually have a height of 1.20 to 1.50 m, and can have two to four crosstabs.

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The best type of wood fence styles for poles are the orange Louisiana, acacia or red cedar, each with an expectation of life of 20-25 years. Fences tables usually last eight years. The poles can be placed on the floor with Cheesier poles or can dig a hole slightly wider than the pole into place and tamp the soil around.