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For many of us, Ranch Fencing is not just used for property protection or ownership, but also helps add extra beauty and refinement to your property. A well-chosen Ranch Style Fence can surely add value to your property and add a definite style to it. Ranch fencing can be used for multiple purposes. Fences are used for the protection of property, to show ownership of one’s property, and as previously mentioned, to add a style to your farm or ranch area. Fencing is also an excellent material to confine animals on a farm or ranch. All in all, Having the right quality fence made of durable material is an integral part of a farm or ranch.

It is essential first to select the right fence for your property. If you are using it for the purpose of animal confinement or you just want to show your area of ownership and want to enclose it in a fence make sure to invest in a long-term, durable and sustainable material.

Types of Fencing

As stated above, your choice of fence depends on the purpose it must serve. If you’re looking for a long-term fence that must outweigh 20-25 years, then a fence made of wires and strong wood will do for you. For this purpose, many builders and farm owners go for gauge wires that last longer as compared to barbed wires. Such fences are twisted together horizontally and vertically to make them sturdier and add strength to the durability of the fence. A great thing about such wires is that they are inexpensive but require a lot of work in terms of safety. Wires such as gauge and barbed wires are used for the confinement of farm animals that tend to push the fence such as cows, horses pigs etc. such wires are made in a way so that animals do not hurt or scratch themselves. Rail fencing is another example of a ranch fence. It is also used for the confinement of farm animals such as buffaloes, horses and cows.

Old conventional ranch fence:


If you have seen western movies, you may have noticed wood fence surrounding farms. Wood is a convention am method of fencing and has been used for years, yet it requires more work and durability to make it sustainable for years. You would need to paint if often as well as sun can wither away paint. But the good point about the wood fence is that it is a lot cheaper than gauge, rail or barbed wires and does not damage quickly as compared to other fence types.

New Fencing Types

Synthetic Fence:

Synthetic fences such as a polymer, wood, and PVC platonic are a lot durable and robust and are mainly used for horse confinement as they are quite flexible and a lot safer. Such fence last decades longer.

Electric Fence:

Another excellent solution for your animals’ confinement and to keep them from wandering off is an electric fence. It bis a new fencing method and is being used extensively. The best thing about such a fence is that it sends an electric shock so that the animals know to keep away from jumping the fence. Over time they get used to it. Electric fence is also relatively cheap and easy to install. It is used in farms and for theft/property privacy purposes as well. Great care must be taken when installing the electric fence.

Permanent Fence:

Investing in a permanent fence is the best decision a farm or ranch owner will ever make. If you need a fence for the next 20 years, then going for a permanent fence is the right decision. A permanent fence can also be used for cultivation or agricultural purposes. If you harvest throughout the year and have corn, rice or wheat fields than putting a permanent fence around your land will be a good idea. Apart from agricultural purposes, a permanent fence can also be used for grazing and animal CONGFINMNET purposes. Such a fence is highly-durable and well-built. IOf proper care is taken; they can make it to two decades with low maintenance.

Temporary Fence:

As the name suggests, temporary fences are built for short term purposes. They are mainly used for livestock and for the confinement of animals that will not hop over it or break it easily. Hens are usually confined in such fences. Temporary fences are easy to install and go through low-maintenance. It should be installed for the precise purpose it should serve. Most permanent fences also movable fences. Again you should have a plan laid out regarding the type of fence you want.

Installing your fence:

Map your Area:

Firstly you should have a nice aerial view of your ranch, farm or property which you want to enclose with a fence. This will give you a good idea about the boundary of your farm and the areas which need encasement.

Divide your land:

If you need to put more fences with thin the enclosing fence, map it out as well.

Fence selection:

Now you should decide on the type of fences you want. And this depends on the purpose for which you are constructing a fence. See your options carefully. If you are looking for a long term investment go for the permanent fence, otherwise a temporary fence will do you good likewise. See the kind of cattle you have and construct the fence accordingly.

Fence Construction:

Now that you have a plan and materials at your disposal, now is the time to hire a builder for your fence construction. MAKE SURE the fence is installed on the exact boundary that you drew on the map. Put poles where they need to be adjusted and anchor all the poles precisely. Have your builder or procurement team buy you heavy and durable doors/gates.


If the fence is adequately taken care of, you may not need to invest in maintenance regularly. However, like every investment, maintenance should not be overlooked. Repair whenever a pole or any other material needs repairing. Regularly inspect your fence.


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