I have 3 acres in a nice rectangular shape. My spouse and I have discussed fencing in our property. It will help keep our animals in and keep other animals out. I know it will still allow some animals but overall discourage them. (such as the neighbors chow/lab) We have thought about first doing the perimeter including a gate for the driveway and over time we will section off areas for animal rotations. What fencing would be a good idea for the perimeter? I noticed at TSC they have this wolven wire (4x4 spacing) which states for cows. Its 4 foot tall and 330 feet long. Its 220 dollars. It appears to be the cheapest way to fence in our property with wire fencing. Would it work? I know we need TPosts about every 8 feet. Would you fence in the perimeter first or sections first? At this time we only have ducks, chickens and pigs but we will be getting a calf in the spring. The land around us is for sale and we definately want to get a fence up before there is neighbors to contend with. I would hate to try and put up a fence and have to argue with someone over it. If we do it now then we are fine. The man who owns the land wouldn't care if we put a fence up. He might enjoy a fence up because then maybe less people would be hesistant about moving next to us. Suggestions as to fencing? Also does TSC ever have sales on their fencing?