Fencing in a new area may seem like a straightforward task, but there are many considerations to remember when planning where to place the fence line. Some factors to consider are:
Remember, proper horse fencing is meant to keep your horses safely on your property while still providing accessibility.
A well-planned fence can be an easy do-it-yourself job. The simplest factor to remember is to avoid any unnecessary changes in direction while installing a fence. Also consider any possible future expansions and additions when planning out the fenced area. Are there changes in terrain such as elevation or rocky areas that must be incorporated into the plan? Physical obstacles like wooded areas or natural bodies of water may need to be protected or avoided by the fenced area.
Here are some tips to help prepare you for the job ahead:
Taking these and other matters into consideration during the planning phase of fencing will help to avoid any future problems and lessen the burden if any issues do arise.
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