Pipe fencing has become quite popular for farm and ranch and rural properties. Pipe fencing has many options, you can design it with horizontal bars (AKA sucker rod, usually 3/4" in dia. Solid steel bar) you can use additional pipe for the horizontal rails, or you can use a variety of wire meshes such as chain link, field fence, no-climb fence, horse wire, cattle panels, or even barbed wire. Pipe fencing with no-climb wire or field fence provides security and containment, while allowing almost complete visibility. Pipe fence with pipe railings, barbed wire, or sucker rods offers containment of larger animals such as cows or horses.
For containing cattle and other large livestock or just to establish a property line, barbed wire has been the most commonly used fence in history. Barbed wire fence is such a large subject that, instead of adding a lot of text about it, we thought maybe just a link would help: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barbed_wire
Our barbed wire fences are typically built using 2 or 4 pt. barbed wire 5-strands on metal t-posts spaced a max. of 10' o/c and using welded steel pipe for H- Braces and Corner Braces.
As consumers become more and more mindful of the environment, fencing materials are also becoming more eco-friendly, with several options for the environmentally-minded among us to choose from for their next fence project.
Vinyl fencing seldom needs replacing. You have to wash it every now and again for maintenance, but there's no painting required. It's also much more durable over time. It can be used to enclose the yard or a pasture. Moisture is never a problem for vinyl so you don't have to worry about this fence rotting or where you choose to use it. A durable choice, vinyl fences come with extensive warranties.