Agricultural Fencing and Gates
Whether it's protecting your crops from outside wildlife or prevent your own livestock from escaping, every agricultural business needs sturdy fences and gates, which is why it is such an important investment.
But no two farms are the same; everyone will have their own needs and requirements when it comes to security. We provide a wide range of fences and gates for the agricultural sector, as our case studies show.
Finding The Perfect Farm Fence
The height and strength of farm fencing will depend largely on the type of livestock you’re trying to contain. You also need to think about which fences will be the easiest to install and maintain, while it’s obviously important to consider your budget and how much land you’re trying to secure.
Trentwood Fencing can offer advice on this if required.
Land Perimeter Fencing
Fencing-off your land not only keeps livestock safe, it prevents casual passers-by from accidentally trespassing on your land.
Owing to their impressive durability and rustic farmhouse appearance, post and rail fences are currently the most popular type of agricultural fencing in the UK. Postand rail is easy to install, providing a simple, cost-effective way of marking the boundaries to your land, and keeping unwanted visitors at bay.
Our range includes a selection of styles and timbers, offering a subtler fencing option that doesn’t obscure your view of the surrounding landscape too much. This is the classic, traditional choice for many agricultural businesses, while it can be paired up with stock fencing or wire mesh to prevent livestock from escaping.
Fences To Contain Livestock
Livestock welfare is a primary concern for any farming business, making suitable fencing a priority.
Standard stock fencing is made with galvanised wire and is often used alongside a sturdy post and rail fence to keep livestock contained. This is usually the go-to fencing for farmers all over the UK, with many choosing to include barbed wire, while its sheer strength makes it a great option for all kinds of other agricultural businesses.
Horses need careful consideration - find out more about equestrian fencing, and get a quote.
Containing deer is best achieved with specialised deer fencing to keep them in (or out) of the enclosures.
The right gate provides security and efficient access to your land. Your choice will depend largely on your specific requirements and the type of fencing you’ve opted for.
For example, deer gates are the perfect option for landowners holding a lot of deer, since they offer safe, spacious passage between enclosures and are too strong for the deer to break through. However, for the best results, these gates should be used alongside a sturdy perimeter of deer fencing.
Alternatively, field gates offer a convenient entrance which is also sturdy enough to protect your livestock. Whatever your gate requirements, we can install a range of styles to suit your needs.