If you keep stock on your land, you may have barbed wire fencing erected. Although barbed wire is very effective at controlling slow-moving livestock such as cattle, it can be tricky to navigate when moving around your land. For this reason, it's important that you incorporate a wire gate into your fencing. You could ask your fencing contractor to do this for you or you could make your own by following the guidelines in this tutorial.
What you'll need
How to do it
If you have barbed wire stock fencing, you will need an access gate. Follow the above tutorial to create a wire gate yourself or simply ask your fencing contractor to do the job for you if you prefer.Share
13 October 2016
If you want a security fence, you probably want to keep something safely inside the fence and/or something (or someone!) outside of it. That’s the easy bit. Choosing the right security fencing for your needs can be a bit more difficult. For example, before you can buy the right fencing, you need to think about all kinds of stuff from the size of the fence to the material it’s made of. In some cases, you may also want to add security extras like anti-climb features. I created this blog to cover the ins and outs of security fencing in more detail. Hopefully, it’ll help you learn more about how to choose the right fencing for your security problem.