Fencing

REGIONAL VIC FARM SERVICES CAN HELP YOU PLAN & BUILD YOUR RURAL FENCING

Fencing is what allows you to maintain your property effectively, so planning your farm fencing is very important.

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QUESTIONS TO ASK

-Where should your fences go?

-What type of fences do you need?

-How much time should you need to spend maintaining your fences?

The topography and differing soil types may influence where your fences should go, as do your needs regarding stock movement around the property.

 

 

 

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EXCLUSION FENCING

You may decide some land should be excluded from livestock grazing or cropping. These areas may have different fencing requirements, as may shelter belts and waterways.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

REMOVAL OF OLD FENCING

If you need old fencing taken down or fence lines cleared, Regional Vic Farm Services has the equipment to do the job.

 

EXPERIENCED FENCER

John Baulch is the nephew of Brian Baulch (who introduced modern electric fencing to South Eastern Australia) and has a wealth of experience in planning and building both electric and wire fencing for all types of uses.

If your Gorse, or other woody weed problem is too big for you to handle,
Regional Vic Farm Services – 5423 5151 can handle it for you info@gorsebusters.com.au