Whether you need a fence that will protect large livestock such as cattle and horses, or an enclosure for a few chickens, or any size of stock enclosure inbetween, A Guide to Stock Fencing contains a wealth of practical information and advice. Topics covered include: guidance on purchasing the correct materials and tools, and the best retailers to do business with; the basic post-and-rail fence, including the ideal equestrian enclosure; specialist fences for different livestock; dealing with variations in local topography, including fencing on slopes and crossing rivers and streams; adding stiles to gates to a fence; and finally, advanced fencing techniques including how to secure posts in shallow or soft ground.
A Guide to Stock Fencing by Andy Radford
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About the author
Andy Radford became interested in the skills of fence construction when he worked with the Peak District National Park Authority. He ran a landscape business in North Wales and has acted as consultant, designer and contractor for a variety of clients, including schools and local government organizations.
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