As the name suggest rural fencing is typical used for rural properties and farms often covering extensive lengths. Due to the extensive lengths that rural fencing covers it is one of the most economical types of fencing available.
The popular post and rail fencing historically is made from timber - either hardwood or treated pine and is used both as boundary fencing and paddock fencing . Modern technologies have seen plastic or composite material being used with a prefinished colour to enhance the appearance where budget permits.
Post and wire is another common type of rural fencing and can use either strand wire, barb wire or mesh depending on the intended purpose of the fencing.
Animal yard fencing can be built out of timber, steel or a combination to withstand and direct your livestock.
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