Fencing for Livestock and Agriculture - Case Studies
We've installed sturdy fencing and gates for many farms and landowners in and around Oxfordshire, protecting crops and livestock. From post-and-rail to galvanised wire, deer fencing, equestrian fencing and field gates, just let us know what you need.
Here's a small selection of jobs we've completed in this sector:
Post and half-round rail fencing with stock net, near Wantage
It was a delight to visit Charney Bassett, a charming village four miles or so north of Wantage, to enclose a customer's large paddock with 150m of round UC4 post and half-round rail fencing, plus C8/80/15 stock net.
Timber that has been treated to UC4 standards is highly durable and water-resistant, making the posts suitable for conditions where they are in permanent contact with the ground. Our customer can expect them to last for many years, even in wet ground conditions.
C8/80/15 stock fencing is a very common type of agricultural mesh net, suitable for sheep, pigs and other livestock.
For a quote for similar fencing, please contact us.
Agricultural fencing with field gates in Ickford, near Thame
Ickford is a rural village on the boundary between Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire, about 4 miles west of the market town of Thame.
We were pleased to be asked to install extensive agricultural fencing and gates for a business owner in Ickford, and as you can see from the photos, the combination of post and rail fencing and galvanised field gates looks really smart. More importantly, the new fencing and gates help to control access to the business and improve security.
Stock fencing for a customer in Oxford
We recently installed new stock fencing for a customer with agricultural livestock. High tensile wire & UC4 timber was used for a strong and long-lasting installation, as UC4 timber is treated to better withstand contact with wet ground or water.
A Protech P22 tracked post knocker was used to knock in the posts, which causes minimal ground disturbance and gives a superb finish.
Stock Fencing in Frilford, near Abingdon
Our customer is building a house on a large plot in the lovely Vale of White Horse village of Frilford, near Abingdon. For this job, we were asked to install stock fencing with high tensile wire and creosote posts to keep our customer's dog from wandering. Stock fencing is perfect for this sort of job: long-lasting, unobtrusive and low maintenance; the high tension in the wire reduces sag, and there are no barbs to injure livestock or pets.
A customer in Aston, near Witney, called us in to install both post and rail AND picket fencing around their large garden and paddock. The post and rail fencing included wire netting, a useful addition to keep pets or livestock secure.
UC4 timber was used, which means the process used in its treatment enables the preservative to penetrate more deeply, giving better, longer-lasting protection.