Greenscape supplies and installs cattle fencing, sheep fencing, deer fencing and rabbit fencing throughout Norfolk, Suffolk & East Anglia. Read on for more details about these agricultural fencing systems or contact our team of stock fencing contractors to discuss your requirements further.
Cattle fencing, sheep fencing and deer fencing
Typically high tensile galvanized steel netting with one or two runs of plain or barbed wire at the top, fastened to round, pointed posts. Our fence straining systems used to tension the wire are constructed using the “Box Strainer” technique to create a strong, durable fence to securely contain livestock withstanding impact without losing form or shape.
Used for the exclusion of rabbits, rabbit fencing is essential for any landscaped area where valuable crops or plants are at risk of being eaten by rabbits. Rabbit fencing is installed with round pointed posts and wire netting with much smaller apertures than sheep fencing or cattle fencing to prevent rabbits (and bunnies) breaching the fence. Rabbit fencing is dug into the ground and installed with an underlap away from the protected side to prevent rabbits burrowing underneath the fence.
Rabbit fencing can also be installed along with a rabbit proof gate to allow vehiculr/pedestrian access, but maintain the barrier to rabbits.
For more information on agricultural fencing contact Greenscape
Greenscape are able to install and erect all types of fencing including post and rail fencing and stock fencing including cattle fencing and deer fencing.
Our team of fencing contractors install stock fencing in Norfolk, Norwich, Long Stratton, Loddon, Bungay, Beccles, Lowestoft, Halesworth, Harleston, Diss, Thetford, Bury St Edmunds, Attleborough, Watton, Swaffham, Dereham, North Walsham, Cromer, Ipswich, Woodbridge, Wisbeech, Kings Lynn, Fakenham, Wells, Suffolk, Cambridge, Lincolnshire, Essex, Hartfordshire, Colchester, Newmarket & Northamptonshire.
For more information on agricultural fencing contact Greenscape to discuss your requirements further.