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Why Environmentally Responsible Companies Choose Our Premium Steel Post and Rail Fencing 

In this blog, we will explore the shift towards a greener world, why is it important for equine and other companies today and why our Premium Steel Post and Rail fencing is proving to be their preferred choice. 

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Flood-Resistant Fencing: Comparing the Pros and Cons of Different Materials 

In this blog, we will evaluate various types of fencing, including Wire Fencing, Cattle Rail, Buckley Steel Post and Rail fencing system, Timber post and rail, and Mesh Fencing, to determine their performance in extreme weather conditions such as flooding.  
 

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The most environmentally friendly Steel Post and Rail fencing in Australia and New Zealand

In this article, we will judge different Steel Posts and Rail options on the scale of sustainability. You will see a comparison between raw Cattle Rail sourced from local steel suppliers, Post and Rail from Dunn and Farrugia, TopRail from Blue Dog Fences and the Buckley Steel Fencing System from Stock & Noble.

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Water-based paints for horse fences: Everything you need to know.

If you’re looking at water-based paints for your fences but aren’t sure if it’s the right option for you then this article will help you in making the right decision. Learn what are water-based paints, the difference between oil and water-based paints, the advantages and disadvantages of water-based paints and the best application practices.

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