Farm fencing

Farm fencing is designed with many purposes in mind, but are primarily built to protect and contain your livestock. Our team will discuss all material options including the pros and cons of each material type.

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Stylish And Durable

Your cattle, horses and other livestock represent a sizable investment and a well-functioning fence is insurance to protect that investment.

A quality built farm fence allows you to keep your livestock from wandering onto the neighbor’s property, rotate your pastures, keep unwanted animals out, define the borders of your property, and beautify your property in order to increase your property value.

If you are considering putting up a new equine or farm fence, or if you are considering replacing your current fence, we would love to discuss your options with you.
Fence Installation
Fence Repair
One-year Work Warranty
Which is right for you?

Fence Materials



A chain-link fence (also referred to as wire netting, wire-mesh fence, chain-wire fence, cyclone fence, hurricane fence, or diamond-mesh fence) is a type of woven fence usually made from galvanized or LLDPE-coated steel wire.

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Metal fencing can be built out of different materials such as iron, aluminum, and steel. Providing a superior design appearance along with long-lasting durability, metal fencing is ideal for the long-term planners.

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Vinyl fencing is fast becoming popular for its durability and cost efficiency. It doesn’t fade and the integrity will not deteriorate, even after years of being subjected to extreme weather conditions. Now you can have a fence that will always look brand new.

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If you want to achieve a natural yet sophisticated look and feel for your property, wood fencing is the perfect choice. It not only protects your house, it also blends well with your outdoor wooden furniture, decorations, garden arbours, and landscaping.

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“I promise that you will love our work as much as you love our prices.”

Jason Webster | Owner of Northwoods Fencing
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