Sturdy rolls of woven wire and thick timber posts are clear components to any quality fence project. But an often-overlooked element to a successful fence installation is the staple. Properly installing quality staples will increase your fence’s durability against pressure from the outside.
Do you need livestock pens or corrals that don’t flex under pressure? Consider Red Brand Stockade Panels. Designed for busy farmers and ranchers, our welded panels are quick to install and require minimal maintenance. With a variety of styles and weights, our Stockade Panels are custom made to match your specific animal-confinement needs.
With approximately 10,000 members in over 600 unique clubs and riding centers, Pony Club is a diverse, far-reaching member of America’s horse community. Since its beginning in 1954, the United States Pony Clubs, Inc. (USPC) has turned out some of the nation’s greatest horsemen and women.
Selecting the right material and post spacing for your fence is almost as important as choosing the proper fence style. Check out our blog “The Right Post: The Foundation for a Solid, Long-Lasting Fence” to learn more about post possibilities. Remember, the proper combination of brace and line posts is an essential component for a fence’s durability and longevity. Once you have the right posts, it’s time to space them properly. So, how far apart should line posts be set?
While there is no such thing as overprotection, our thickest wire is probably not necessary to keep rabbits out of the garden. On the other hand, our Stockade Panels are welded with quarter inch wire to keep bulky swine and other large animals safely contained. Depending on the style, Red Brand fence is built using 10 different thicknesses of wire. Read on to learn which thickness, or gauge, is best for your fencing project.
From dogs to horses to herds of cattle, Red Brand has a fence that will safely contain your animals for years to come. To maximize your fence’s strength, proper installation is crucial. The easiest way to assure both longevity and durability is to install your fence on the proper side of the fence posts. By doing this, you are keeping your animals safer and your fence stronger.