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Wire (Smooth & Barb) & Cable Fencing

Wire and Cable Fencing are very similar, the main difference is the size of the material being used. For cable fencing we use 3/8" galvanized cable and metal pipe for posts. For wire fencing we use 12.5 gauge wire (smoothed and barbed) with T posts or wooden posts. These options are great for covering large distances as they are the most economic option.

Pros and Cons


  • Most economical choice

  • Quick installation

  • Great for large areas


  • Integrity if tested

  • T posts and horses

  • Upkeep after time

  • Not very effective for smaller livestock

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H Braces and Corner Braces

H braces can be installed at the beginning, end or throughout a line of fence. The wire is anchored to these braces. These braces can also be used to hang gates Corner braces are installed at the corners of fence lines when a change of direction is needed. 

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Barb Wire & Smooth Wire

We offer barb wire and smooth wire. Both are stretched and attached to posts of the customers choosing. We usually put up 4 or 5 strand fencing depending on customer needs. 

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T posts, Wood posts and Metal posts

For most of our wire fences we use T posts. These come in

5 1/2,6,7 and 8 foot lengths. For cable fence we use 2 7/8 or 2 3/8 inch posts that are 7 1/2, to 8 feet long. 


T post Clips, Metal post clips and Fencing staples

We attached the wire to T posts using metal clips. For wood posts we use fencing staples. Cable is ran through holes cut in the posts or with weld on clips. 

Installation Pricing

For any fencing job there are many variables that may change the cost of the project. These include but are not limited to rough terrain, corners and turns, gate installation, material availability and travel. Our base wire options includes H braces set at each end of the fence line and one placed every 450 to 500 ft. We will install 4 wires. 

Price Per Ft. $3.25

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