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Good fences make good neighbors, and they keep animals safe and secure.
Fencing options There are many fencing options for horses, ranging from simple to high tech. But before you dig the first fence post, plan your site carefully. Consider size, convenience, and the...
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Goats don't need fancy housing, but when a doe is ready to kid, give her a place of her own. A kidding pen will bring comfort to the new little family. You don't need a lot of space. A four-...
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Ideas for keeping goats corralled
Goats are difficult to corral because they love to jump and climb. One fencing option that is convenient, flexible, and cost effective is electric fence. At Rumbleway Farm near Conowingo, Maryland,...
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Living the Country Life Radio Program with Betsy Freese
Livestock in, predators out Listen to this radio show (MP3 download) or read below. Radio interview source: Stephanie Sexton, marketing and sales director, Premier 1 We've used electric...
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Find the perfect fencing option for your property
Radio interview source: Tim Long, director of Internet sales, Fence Center                    ...
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Electric fencing is effective and safe when properly selected, installed and maintained. Choose yours to match the animal's capabilities and size. Radio interview source: Stephanie Sexton,...
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Living the Country Life Radio Program with Betsy Freese
High maintenance Listen to this radio show (MP3 download) or read below. Radio interview source: Mark Mellow, co-owner, Tahoe Fence Company, Inc. We used to have an old wooden fence around our...
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Whether you're keeping something out or coralling it in, chain link fencing is reliable and affordable. With the right tools and a little time, you can install it. Radio interview source: Ray...
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Whether you're keeping something out or coralling it in, chain link fencing is reliable and affordable. With the right tools and a little time, you can install it. Radio interview source: Ray...
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It's known as the devil's rope and thorny fence. No matter what it's called, barbed wire is a fascinating part of American history, and the designs require a second look. Radio interview...

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