Here at Suddenstrike, we understand that there are many different requirements when it comes to fencing for cattle. Our post and rail fencing can be adapted to suit keeping cattle, it can be installed with netting, barbed wire or electric fencing, to protect the wood fence posts and rails from damage.
Cattle can be very hard on fencing, they will lean on it and rub against it, reducing the life span of the fence. As with all livestock fencing, a combination of a wire fence, electric fence, or mesh fence with wooden post and rail is a popular option. Electric fencing for cattle is another option with long lasting and economic benefits.
We supply all types of cattle fencing and stock fencing to suit the needs of large farms and smallholders alike, with over 30 years experience we have built up great relationships with local customers, who come back to us time and time again for our reliable and high quality workmanship.
Our materials are sourced from trusted UK suppliers, ensuring that they are from sustainable sources, and are available with treatments to offer a longer lifespan, such as creosote and pressure treated posts.
All fencing is installed by our fully trained and experienced staff, with our own machinery including a Bryce HD180 low ground pressure tracked post driver, and a specialist award winning Pro-Fencer mechanical wire dispenser and tightener. With access to some of the best machinery in the business, we are able to install fencing quickly and efficiently.
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There can be a lot to think about when it comes to choosing the right fencing, for more detailed information on the materials we use, see our posts, wire and netting page.
Please get in touch if you would like a free quote on 01270 619147 or email us at email@example.com and we will be happy to discuss your requirements in more detail.