In a nutshell, horse fencing is an affordable, effective, and durable way of containing horses, goats, and other livestock for pastures and larger properties while maintaining high visibility. Click the button to see more pictures.
Horse fencing is almost as simple as it sounds. It’s designed for horses. So it’s great for pastures and larger properties to contain horses, goats, and other livestock. Horse fencing is affordable, durable, and effective while keeping high visibility for the interior of the fenced area. Horse fence can be 4’, 5’, or 6’ tall. It’s always a 2”x4” pattern in the wire. The vertical and horizontal intersections of the wire also have knots for maximum strength.
Installation of Horse Fence
To install a horse fence properly, you make it almost like a barbed wire fence. You start with H-Braces at the ends and corners using large posts in concrete with a horizontal brace that is nailed together then wrapped tightly with barbless wire. Then you run your fence line with a mixture of t-posts and wood posts set in concrete. There are several ways you can do it but the recommended pattern is 2 t-posts to every 1 wood post, or just go with all wood posts. Since horse wire is heavy it is not recommended to use more than 2 t-posts at a time.
Regardless if it’s a residential fence or commercial fence, it’s always important to use experienced fence installers near you that can show you example pictures of their work, provide references, and have [proper] insurance. Rocket Fence is a Texas fence company in Houston and all surrounding areas that can build all types of fences, including horse fencing.
Rocket Fence is a preferred local fence contractor in The Magnolia and Spring areas for both residential and commercial fencing installation and Horse fencing company. We honor a 1 year workmanship warranty and provide free fence estimates. Call us today or request a fencing quote online to get started. We’d love to hear from you!
Because a horse's eyes are on the side of their head they are capable of seeing nearly 360 degrees at one time. They can also sleep both lying down and standing up.