At Red Brand, we offer the agriculture industry’s leading fencing products. It’s not only because of our superior American-made steel. It’s also because of the construction of the fence itself. Red Brand field fence is considered the most reliable confinement option for cattle, hogs and other large animals. Our strong, yet flexible fencing holds up to the pressure of corralling large herds. Another important feature is the special crimp that expands and contracts under extreme weather changes. The result is a reliable enclosure in even the most severe conditions.
At Red Brand, we believe that working with your local Red Brand dealer is the best way to find the right fence for your specific needs. We’ve designed the RedBrand.com website to assist you in many different ways. One of the most helpful is our Dealer Locator. If you’ve made the choice to buy Red Brand fence, the Dealer Locator makes it easy to find your closest dealers.
Red Brand is gearing up to assist victims of last week’s devastating wildfires in the states of Colorado, Kansas, Oklahoma, and Texas. With the destruction of nearly 2 million acres of farm and ranch land, the death of hundreds of thousands of livestock, and the tragic loss of human life, Red Brand executives have reinstated The Red Brand Wildfire Relief Program. The initiative was created last year in response to the historic Anderson Creek Wildfires in Kansas and Oklahoma.
Wood fences can rot. Stone fences can crack. And wire fences? They can rust. At Red Brand, we regard fencing as an investment. You work hard to assure your animals’ safety. To protect what’s important to you, we manufacture our fences to stand strong against all types of weather conditions. However, even a light rainfall can harm steel at the atomic level. Due to oxygen molecules that produce iron oxide, rust will appear on exposed steel. That’s why all Red Brand fence features galvanization for lasting performance.
The history of barbed wire is not a well-documented story, but we do know that farming and ranching was forever changed with the invention of this fencing solution. Some farmers were using early homemade variations of barbed wire fencing in the mid-1800’s. However, Joseph Glidden’s later design became the most successful barbed wire of his time. His patent in 1874 was inspired by an earlier version developed by Michael Kelly but was improved by the use of two strands of wire that secured ‘spines’ or ‘barbs’ onto the fence line.