Published at Wednesday, November 06th, 2019 - 10:17:42 AM. Fence. By Bellamy Remy.
If the backyard is large and contains farm pets like horses, split rail fencing is your best bet. Such fencing is seen very frequently in rural locales and is most often made from wood. The main drawback to split rail wooden fence designs is frequent painting. It is also common for horses to attempt escape by eating their way out of wooden fences.
Farmers will often upgrade a demarcation line of this type with either a wire mesh stock fence (1m high) in place of the line wire, or for larger animals or more durable fencing will go for a timber post and rail system roughly chest high and with either 3, 4 or 5 rails depending on their livestock (when keeping sheep/swine, this type of fence will also have the stock mesh clad to the lower section of the post and rail for added containment).
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