About Rural & Acreage Fencing
When installing rural and acreage fencing, one issue becomes a priority for both the installer and the property owner: durability.
Horses and cattle can be especially tough on rail and barbed wire fencing. Fencing along high speed roadways is exposed to potential vehicle accidents. Fencing around agricultural plots can be damaged by equipment. For this reason, Town & Country Fencing goes the extra mile to ensure that the fence is as well built as is possible. We recommend the use of pressure treated posts for all rural and acreage fencing. Depending on the use of the fence - corrals for horses, wire fencing for cattle, or simply tasteful fencing on an acreage property - we can suggest the right diameter and length of post for your application.
Acreage owners are often concerned with keeping their pets safe. Town & Country Fencing has a variety of wire gauges and products to help keep pets inside property lines and off of busy highways.
Town & Country Fencing was built on farm fence. We are knowledgeable, experienced, and confident in our ability to get you the fence that works best for the job you have to do.
Visit our Farm & Acreage Fencing Photo Gallery to see some of the work we've completed.