Central and Southern Indiana Cattle Fencing

Let Double R Fence be your trusted partner in ensuring the safety and security of your livestock with our Central and Southern Indiana cattle fencing.

With over 5 years serving the Central and Southern Indiana area, we understand the importance of reliable and sturdy cattle fencing when it comes to ensuring the safety and containment of your livestock. Our team at Double R Fence is proud to offer top-of-the-line options specifically designed for cattle enclosures. Our cattle fences are built with robust materials that can withstand the natural wear and tear of livestock movements.

Our knowledgeable team recognizes that every property has its own unique needs, which is why we offer customizable solutions to cater to your specific requirements. Whether you need a traditional high tensile wire fence or prefer options such as woven wire or electric fencing, we have the expertise to guide you toward the best solution for your cattle enclosure.

Cattle Fence Central and Southern Indiana

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The height of a cattle fence depends on the size of the cattle. Generally, a fence around 4 to 5 feet high is suitable for most cattle breeds. Taller fences may be needed for larger cattle. Depending on your unique requirements, our team can help design.

Yes, electric fencing can be effective for containing cattle. Electric fences can serve as psychological deterrents, helping cattle learn to avoid leaning against the fence. They are often used in combination with other types of fencing. Many Central and Southern Indiana cattle owners consider electric fences to be a key part of their cattle operation.

Cattle fences can be made from materials like wood, woven wire, high tensile wire, or pipe. The choice of material depends on factors like the intended use, cattle behavior, and the level of containment required.

To prevent cattle from pushing or leaning on the fence, ensure that the fence is properly tensioned. High tensile wire fences can help resist pressure. Using sturdy posts or electrifying the fence can also discourage leaning.

Cattle can exert a significant amount of force, especially when motivated to escape. Properly constructed and tensioned fences, such as high tensile wire or woven wire, are designed to withstand cattle pressure and minimize the risk of breakage. Our professional installation services help eliminate the chances of your cattle breaking through the fence.

Regular maintenance involves inspecting for broken wires, loose posts, or damaged components. Repair or replace any issues promptly to ensure cattle containment. Keeping the fence line clear of vegetation helps maintain its effectiveness.

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