If you recall your favourite TV show set on a ranch from when you were a child, try and recall the colour of the fencing. Most likely white right? Massive long kentucky fences that stretch into the dusty distance. However, fast forward to today.
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The Stock & Noble blog is the place for educational tips on equestrian fencing, horse care and property maintenance.
If you’re a rancher, you’ve undoubtedly heard some rumours and stories about electrical fences – possibly even got a few stories of your own! We’ve also heard many but unfortunately, some claims are nothing more than urban legends. So, to deflate misconceptions, we’re going to reduce four of them today!
Your fence gives protection, privacy, and a lot of kerb appeal if it’s well-maintained. After you’ve invested in a fence, regular maintenance may help it last for years. You will be avoiding rot and insect damage as well as slowing decomposition by preserving the polish.
Because the property you own is a large investment, you want to do everything you can to take care of it and keep it secure in the long run. Deciding to add equestrian fencing is critical for safeguarding the property and protecting your horses and seeking out the right product can be a challenge.
There are numerous safe and long-lasting solutions for enclosing horses nowadays, and horse owners may choose their preferences in terms of construction, design, materials, color, and visibility.
Setting eyes on a beautiful, horse-safe fence gives the typical equestrian a dopamine rush. It’s like buying a new rug or laying eyes on that first foal of the season. It’s addictive.