Stock fencing is a versatile wire mesh fencing available in different specifications to suit a wide range of livestock.
Often peeled and treated posts are used or alternatively machine round, both options can be round or half round; depending on application and customer’s preference.
The most important factor in the strength of a strained fence is the straining posts. They take all the load of the strained wires, and the intermediate posts are only there to stiffen the fence, and to hold the wires at the correct height from the ground.
Struts are used to support the straining posts, and to stop them being pulled in the direction of the straining wires.