Effective livestock and feral management on any property starts with well planned, designed, constructed and maintained fences.
Traditionally fencing was considered one of the most time consuming and difficult jobs around the farm.
A part of planning was allowing for a huge allotment of time, the use of various types of machinery and some hefty safety concerns.
Many areas were avoided due to inaccessibility and the sheer amount if time it would take to get through certain topographical issues.
Luckily, Horsley Wholesale brings you the biggest range of Australian made innovations for fencing.
Meagan Quattromani said these innovations can cut your construct time to nearly a quarter, and cut your maintenance time and expense to virtually nothing.
"The savings are so substantial, that fencing is becoming a quicker, more comprehensive and effective asset on farms across the country because it's much easier to do now," she said.
"Whether replacing an existing fence or erecting a brand new one, the first step is to work out the fence that is right for the job.
"Fences are generally divided into two broad categories - conventional and electric fences - and these are most efficient when combined.
"Nearly all fences on farms in Australia make use of the light weight Y post or picket. With our Jackaroo, Contractor or Universal Post Drivers you can drive in any Y post on the market.
"Our happy customers report they are getting fence lines done four times quicker than with previous methods and best of all with very little fatigue and utmost safety."
The make up of a fence consists of three main elements:
- strainer assembly at either end;
- intermediate posts; and
- droppers and wire stretched tight between the strainers.
Horsley Wholesale has the right tools for each job, making it so easy.
- Visit: www.horsleywholesale.com.au
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