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Farm Fence Company in Spring Hill

Professional, Reliable & Affordable Fence Installers serving Spring Hill and the surrounding areas.

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  • 15+ Years Experience
  • Residential & Commercial
  • Licensed & Insured
  • Locally Owned & Operated

    Farm Fencing

    It doesn’t matter if you need a farm fence to keep animals and people out or ranch fencing to keep your animals safely inside we have exactly what you need. With countless years of experience, we guarantee that our farm fencing and ranch fencing options will perfectly protect your farm or ranch. No two ranches or farms are the same, each has its own unique landscape, but don’t worry, we have a number of fencing options that will work for each unique area.

    If your property requires a custom built farm fence tailored to your needs, we have the experienced farm fence installers to make it happen. We want your farm or ranch to not only be completely protected, we want it to be beautiful as well.

    Agricultural Fencing vs Farm Fencing

    When discussing farm fencing styles even though they may seem similar, there are some key differences. If you plan to use your farm for crops, you should know that agriculture fences are used to keep animals out of an area, and farm fences are used to keep animals in an area. Agricultural fence and farm  fencing options vary. While split rail fencing reinforced with mesh wire is popular for keeping hungry animals out of your fields, you’ll need different fence options for horses and livestock. If you have cattle and horse, you’ll need several different types of ranch fencing to properly contain and protect all of your animals. Pipe and cable fences, as well as split rail fencing styles are popular for protecting and containing your horses, while electric fences, and barbed wire fences are favorites for cattle.

    See our list of farm and ranch fence below:

    • Cattle fencing: is a requirement for any farm owner that wants to keep their cattle safe
    • Horse fencing: is a safety issue. We offer safe options you can choose from.
    • Pipe & Cable Fencing: One of our most durable fence options. It’s popular with horse owners.
    • Barbed Wire Fencing: is effective at marking miles of property lines, and is an affordable option.
    • Split Rail Fencing: Offering a traditional style, split rail fence is a durable and reliable option.
    • Electric Fences: For keeping your livestock safe, consider our affordable electric fence options.

    Horse Fence

    As horse owners know, the type of horse fence used to keep your horses in also needs to protect your horses from themselves. If your horse gets spooked, you don’t want your horse running through the fence and injuring themselves. Fence that works for your cows may not be a great choice for your horses. The last thing you want to happen is for your horse to go one on one with a barb wire fence. Split rail fencing is great for horses, because they are safe, easy to see, and very sturdy. Pipe and cable fencing is another great choice for horse owners. Pipe and cable fence has a sturdy pipe along the top, that horses are unable to knock down with their hooves. We also install no climb horse fence. 

    No Climb Horse Fence

    Traditional no climb horse fence at its best. Sturdy 12-½ gauge wire in three foot, four foot, five foot, and six foot heights. Tied, stiff stay knot is smooth on both sides to protect animals while keeping the fence rigid. Special 2” x 4” mesh size keeps horses hooves out and prevents your horse from climbing the fence. Keeps valuable horses secure. Durable, galvanized construction last for years. 

    Field Fence: Hinge Joint Knot Wire

    Flexible hinge joint knots allows woven field fence the ability to spring back into its original shape. Heavy livestock, falling tree limbs, and fence-jumping critters like deer make this fence the rancher’s first choice. Variety of heights and styles, with 6-inch spacing of vertical wires.

    Field Fence: Fixed-Knot Wire

    High-tensile field fence with a fixed knot holds the vertical stay wires securely in place. The vertical stay wires are continuous length strands (unlike Farm Field fence), which gives a much greater strength. Ideal for farms, highway and ranch installations. The Fixed-Knot Wire is galvanized to resist weathering as well as extend wear. The Class 3 galvanized coating can last up to 25 years.

    High Tensile Smooth Wire Fence

    High Tensile Smooth Wire provides an innovative choice for enclosing wide-open spaces. High tensile DW-200 (200,000 p.s.i. tensile) wire is ideally suited to professionally-installed electrified wire fencing systems to keep horses in and predators out. This type of fence has many cost-saving advantages in large and remote ranch areas. Class 3 zinc coating gives years of extra service as well as a pleasing appearance.

    Wooden Rail Fence

    Before PVC ranch rails existed Wooden ranch rails were the industry standard.
    Wooden ranch rail fence provides a beautiful aesthetic touch to your property while serving the dual purpose of containing your livestock. Each farm is unique and requires it’s own unique farm fence, we will work with you to ensure to install the best wooden ranch rail for your farm. We will help you select the perfect length, width, height, color and design.

    Vinyl Ranch Rail Fence

    Built to withstand water damage, sun exposure, chemicals, insects, wind, and other harmful elements vinyl ranch rail fences are structurally-sound, beautiful fences that will last for decades. Vinyl ranch rail fence can be built with two, three, or four rails across. We can also install crossbuck railing, by cutting two rails and placing them diagonally giving your vinyl ranch rail fence a unique look.

    Split Rail Fence

    Split rail fencing is a popular type of farm fence. We offer several different types of split rail fencing, cedar, pressure-treated pine, and vinyl. Split rail fence can keep unwanted animals such as deer out, while keeping in other animals, like dogs or your farm animals. Split rail fences are simple yet affordable.  Many farm or ranch owners opt to fortify them with chicken wire to keep rabbits out. If you have several acres to fence in, split rail fencing can be a great option for you.

    Cattle Fence

    With cattle fencing, it is a good idea to have enough fencing to keep your cattle from roaming freely and into harm’s way. Our most popular types of cattle fencing includes electric fences, barbed wire fence, split rail fence, and pipe & cable fence. The type of cattle fence you need will vary depending on how you are wanting to use it. If you need a bull pen to keep your bull separate from your cows, you may want to consider installing an electric fence. Every farm and ranch will have different fencing needs. Call us today to discuss all of your farm fence options.
    Did you know that barbed wire is one of the most used fencing types for farm and ranch properties? Barbed wire is just that, a length of wire with clusters of sharp spikes. Typically used for farm fence and ranch fence barbed wire has been around a very, very long time. Barbed wire is perfect
    when used for denoting property Lines, and for keeping livestock contained. It is also very budget friendly for fencing in large portions of property. Our fence contractors are experts at safely installing barb wire fence. If you’d like more information about our professional and affordable barbed wire fence installation call us today at 352-835-5040.

    Hog Wire Fence

    Hog wire fence is an affordable for homeowners because it allows for a wide open view for keeping pets and children in and unwanted animals out. Hog wire is becoming more and more popular as an alternative fencing option. Hog wire is typically four foot high which is great height for fencing your yard.
    As an option you can have a 2-by-12-inch kickboard at the bottom to make the overall fence 6 feet high. Hog wire fencing can also be used to create a living fence. Hog wire fence can act as a trellis. which means that almost any vining plant can grow on hog wire. Climbing roses, jasmine, clematis, and many more. Just think of how beautiful your yard will look!

    Listed below are the Pros & Cons of a hog wire fence


    • Inexpensive
    • Durable and strong
    • Preserves your view
    • Flexible
    • Easy to install
    • Living fence 
    • Keeps out larger animals 


    • The wire edges can be sharp
    • Does not provide privacy
    • Does not deter smaller animals

    Free Farm Fence Estimate

    Whether your searching for farm fence near me or need farm fence in Bushnell, agricultural fence in Floral City, Vinyl fence in Weeki Wachee, chain link fence in Spring Lake, or horse fence in Dade City we’ve got you. Fence Installation Spring Hill never charges for a farm fence estimate. Our professional installers will meet with you to answer all of your questions, and provide your free farm fence estimate. Call our local farm fence company today for your no obligation estimate!

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