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Strong rail farm fences are the perfect installation option to protect your crops and keep your animals safe on your property. They can also be added to residential properties simply looking to add a decorative accent to a boundary.
You can choose post and rail fences with 2, 3, or 4 rails based on your needs and preferences and add wire mesh for increased security. Besides wood fencing, we also provide ranch rail styles with vinyl fencing options. We use only high-quality wood posts and rails for every fence we build and install, so you'll know you're getting the very best in products and services.
When you have questions or are looking for information to get started on your fence project, our team is glad to help! Simply reach out by phone or our online form, and get the answers you need!
The Minneapolis Minnesota Most Popular
There are many farm fencing options you can select to create the perfect solution for your situation. Whether you need a higher level of protection or you simply want a beautiful visual barrier around the perimeter of your property, we have the perfect solution for you!
Our most popular type of farm fencing is called Post and Rail. In this style of fencing you can select different heights, different numbers of rails, and you can add strong welded wire to drastically increase the security of the fence. Check out our most popular farm fence options used across the Minneapolis region.
The shortest of the farm fencing, the 2-rail fence is just like it sounds with 2 wooden rails being fixed to each post around your property. This type of fence is great for decorative fencing or keeping in small animals when you add wire mesh.
For more height and an extra rail for strength and protection, 3-rail farm fences are probably the most common types of agricultural fencing since they can contain more animals but also stay at a mid-range height of about 4-5 feet tall.
Choose your farm fencing based on the aesthetics you are looking for as well as the height that you need. 4-rail farm fencing is the tallest of the rail wood fences and can also be fitted with wire mesh for a more secure boundary.
Buying a Fence in Minneapolis Minnesota
When it comes to buying a fence, we have simplified the process and created an easy 4-step system. Since 2014, our team at Fence Me In in Minneapolis Minnesota has provided a wide selection of fence types and styles and served our surrounding communities with the highest level of customer service. Speak to our team to get started on your fence project today!Contact our Fence Experts
Call, email, or submit a fence request form to set up a day and time to meet with our estimator at your property. Measurements will be taken and details of fence layout, needs, and wants will be determined.
A fence professional will visit your property. Measurements will be taken and details of fence layout, needs, and wants will be determined.
After you receive an email or text quote based on the measurements, it's time to make a final selection for your materials and design.
Schedule a date for delivery and installation completed by our professional team. We are here to answer any questions along the way as you prepare for your new fence to be installed!
When you have questions, our team has answers! Reach out to Fence Me In for all of your fence related questions across Minneapolis Minnesota. Our friendly staff is ready to help you get on your way to find the best fence for you.
Traditionally, farm fencing is wooden post and rail fencing, split rail fences, or high tensile fences. Welded wire can be added to post and rail fences for specific small animal yards. There are variations of each type based on what you need to enclose. For example, if you have horses, you can border your land with split rail, but if you have smaller animals like chickens or pigs, you'll need something closer to the ground and with less open space. Our team of fence experts is happy to discuss your specific needs and find the perfect solution for your Minnesota property.
Farm fencing works very well when it comes to following the changing levels of ground across many fields. Wood fencing particularly is always one of the most adjustable types of fencing and can be modified to your specifications.
Barbed wire is often added to farm fences in the Minnesota area. It can be useful in order to contain your livestock and also to protect your animals from predators that may try to come through your fence. Even if you have fields of vegetables or other crops, barbed wire can help keep animals from getting in to eat your plants.
Yes! We often install post and rail farm fencing at various communities and for individual residential properties all across the Minnesota region. When you speak with our associates, ask about our variety of wood rail fences and explore the best options with our experienced staff.
The majority of the post and rail farm fencing we install in the Minnesota area is the 3 rail or 4 rail options. 2 rail post and rail farm fencing is less common, but it is completely up to you which one you prefer!
Customers are required to be home on the day of installation. The foreman and customer will do a pre walk through and post walk through to make sure all the installation details are reviewed and clearly understood and that our customers are fully satisfied with their new fence.
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