The agriculture wire fencing is used to keep animals in or out of an area. Agriculture wire fencing can be made from a wide variety of materials, depending on terrain, location and animals to be confined. Most agricultural fencing averages about 4 feet (1.2 m) high, and in some places, the height and construction of agriculture wire fencing designed to hold livestock is mandated by law.
The agriculture wire fencing can be divided into barbed wire fencing ,high tensile and rabbit netting .the rabbit fencing is used to protect newly planted trees, hedges or crops from the small grey furry things. A rabbit that is not squirrels. Also a really good way of protecting your vegetable garden from rabbits and also used as an aid to dog proofing your garden.
The most popular way of keeping in animals like cows or sheep. This netting is very strong and can be supplied in rolls up to 200 metres long reducing the amount of time needed for joining. Available in standard mesh spacing or pheasant friendly and in a range of heights. The netting can be topped with either barbed wire or rail.
Machine rounded posts are ideal where netting and barbed wire is used, 5" X 3" rectangular posts are best suited where the netting is topped with a rail.
The agriculture wire fencing is simple and effective for keeping larger animals, (including people) in or out.