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You know it's time for a new fence when you can't keep sheep in or town kids out. Last spring I found our canoe floating upside down at one end of the pond with beer cans scattered on the...
If you'd like to add nostalgia to your property, consider building a split-rail fence
Radio interview source: Samson Lough, Owner, Lough's Lumber Listen here to the radio story (mp3) or read below During the 1800s, land owners built split-rail fences to manage livestock....
I was backing out of the garage this morning when a pickup blocked my path. A man jumped out and said, "Hey, do you have sheep? They are in town." He gave a street name where they had last...
Get the look and feel of wood without a lot of maintenance.
Radio interview source: Paul O'Reilly, President, Fence America Listen here to the radio story (mp3) or read below If you find you're constantly maintaining wood fences, you might...
Add permanence and beauty to your landscape with a stone wall. -- By: Justin Hancock
Whether attempting to keep goats in or deer out, nothing works as effectively as electric fencing. It is quite possibly the most important tool for managing animals.
Electric fencing may be the most important tool a livestock producer has for managing animals ... if it's used correctly.
Kevin Davis built a spectacular "Chicken Mansion" on his Kentucky acreage, complete with a wire roost, outside entry nest boxes, predator-proof runs, and automatic feeders. Take a look at...
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Cattle fence When introducing cattle to a new pasture that is fenced with a one-wire electric fence, I tie plastic grocery bags to the wire, one on each span. This makes the fence more visible to...
The trees taking up space in your fencerow may seem annoying, but they really do have value. Fencerows with trees and vegetation provide important wildlife habitat. Radio interview source: Dr. Bill...