There is a specific business forum on HT.
AUGH!Goats will hang themselves in that.
Were they unable to join in the conversation before?I am going to merge some posts from another thread for @Bekaert_Fencing so they can join in the convo.
oh.It was another thread from the site with some questions about Bekaert products.
I figured we have the expert here so they can chime in.
Hedge was good, too. I think I can still get some hedge apples if you want to try to grow some of them. Just plant them in a line where you want a fence. Takes a few years, but they last darned near forever.I have a fence question.
Why can't you get locust fence posts anymore. Those posts held up longer than the fencing that was attached to them.
Is that the fencing available from Premier?We use mobile electric netting at a 4-ft minimum. They also make 6-ft.
A neighbor mentioned that she is using Premier fencing for her recently acquired sheep. Think I'll mosey over there some time this week, take a look at her set up.Yep, they both are! Haven't personally purchase the -6foot, but I think I will get a couple rolls.
I'm not familiar with Kencove. Are they still in business?I have used Premier One or Kencove electric net fencing for years.
Here in one of the oilfield regions of Texas, we use large pipeline tubing (cemented in place) for corner posts on long runs.
Cedar posts and T posts are the normal posts. Cedar will outlast any treated pine by decades.
Just adds to the charm.The fencing around one of my gardens is crooked. It's not my fault, there were tree roots and big cement chunks where I wanted to put my posts.