Good fencing is one of the most important investments to be made in planning and maintaining a farm. Your current and future needs should be considered, as your fences can last many years. There are a number of different types of fences available.
Field fencing or Livestock fencing is typically used for livestock containment, though it can also be used to define a property boundary or dressed up for yards and along driveways. From grazing management solutions to pasture perimeter fencing, Pinnacle Fence of Northwest Arkansas is ready to assist you with your fencing needs.
Horse Fencing is similar for field fencing, but comes with additional safety features and is generally a bit taller.
Deer fencing keeps animals out of gardens, orchards, vineyards and other various agricultural areas. It is has many of the same specifications as field fencing, but it's taller to keep the deer from leaping over.
Vinyl or PVC Fencing
Vinyl or PVC rail fencing offers a clean, seamless look and longevity and low maintenance.
High Tensile Fencing
High tensile fencing is a very cost effective way to fence large areas. High tensile fencing is easy to maintain and performs well for livestock grazing.
Barbed Wire Fencing
Barbed wire is a good choice for fencing areas where electricity is unavailable. It is used most in the cattle industry and appreciated for its simplicity and effectiveness.
Smooth Wire Fencing
Similar to barbed wire, but without the barbs. We like this option as it is much safer for the animals.
Woven Wire Fencing
Woven wire is perhaps the most universal fencing option used for animal control and/or establishing property line. It is a true physical barrier for the livestock and its a great option for predator control.
Board fencing is one of the industry standards of fencing options. Board fence offers safety, strength and is aesthetically pleasing to the eye. There are many board fence variations to choose from.
- FIELD FENCING
- HORSE FENCING
- DEER FENCING