When we first started in the fencing industry there was one word we seemed to keep hearing. Horserail, Horserail, Horserail. It was all we seemed to hear was this word Horserail.
So much happens in and around the riding arena that sometimes it can be quite foggy as to what you actually want/need as far as fencing goes. We always say to our clients to write down the top 3 priorities of what they want from their new fencing to narrow down what is ’non-negotiable and what isn’t.
Every year at stock and noble we hold literally thousands of conversations with many and varied stakeholders in the equine industry. From a young daughter planning her first horse paddock to the largest horse studs in the world seeking a reliable sounding board for their fencing plans both now and in the long term we talk to everyone fencing. And because so many people know our unchangeable principles (from this website) on all things ’“horse fencing,” they often ask us who some of the other companies and installers are in Australia.
You adore your horses and want to ensure that they are as safe and comfortable as possible. That’s why you meticulously groom them, invest in high-quality foods, and provide them with all they require to live a happy and healthy life. Investing in your horse’s environment, specifically the fencing, is one of the best ways to keep them secure. Here’s how to use correct fencing to keep your horses safe
Steel Post & Rail Fencing from Stock and Noble is an excellent choice for your property for a variety of reasons. It’s safe, low-maintenance, simple to set up, and lasts a long time. You’ll be pleased by its spectacular appearance and durability, as well as its versatility, whether you use it to protect your family, animals, or property – or all three.
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!