Tuscumbia, AL – Deer and small animals like rabbits and groundhogs are the bane of all farmers across the country, causing millions of dollars worth of agricultural damage each year.
The installation of agricultural fencing combined with other strategies is a long-term solution to most deer intrusion problems in orchards, nurseries, vegetable farms, and Christmas tree farms. Agricultural fencing contractor Straight Shooter Game Fencing works with property owners throughout the US to provide quality agricultural fencing at competitive prices.
Property owners can choose from three agricultural fence options: wood, metal, and vinyl.
Cedar, pine, and spruce wood are commonly used for agricultural fencing; the longevity of the fence will depend on the type of wood it’s made from. With diligent maintenance, cedar may last for 15 to 30 years, pine may last for 5 to 12 years, while spruce may last for 4 to 7 years. However, treating the wood increases its life span: pine and spruce may last for up to 20 years, and cedar may last up to 40 years.
Metal agricultural fencing comes in three types: chain link, wrought iron, and aluminum. While chain link is the most inexpensive and durable, property owners opt for agricultural fences with a more sophisticated look. Metal fences must be sealed with a rust-resistant finish every few years to avoid corrosion. A metal fence that’s well-taken care of can last a lifetime.
Vinyl fences or PVC fences are highly popular because they are durable and relatively maintenance-free; hosing them down with water does the job of cleaning them up. Color options might be limited, but vinyl fences make up for it with a wide range of styles available, including picket, lattice, privacy, and even split-rail. Vinyl agricultural fencing can last for more than 20 years with proper care.
With over 20 years in the industry, 38 years of combined experience, and over 1,000 miles of agricultural fencing built, Straight Shooter Game Fencing does more than just agricultural fencing installation. The team is committed to thoroughly understanding each project’s scope and scale. They map out the land and listen to each customer’s requirements to ensure that each job is completed according to specifications.
“I appreciated the way the Straight Shooter game Fencing crew involved me in all critical decisions and asked for my input. The crew worked well with my caretaker, and we were very pleased with the job,” says property owner James A. Yance.
Apart from agricultural fencing, Straight Shooter Game Fencing offers high-tensile fence installation, custom-built gates and openers, custom solutions for water gaps, fence repair and maintenance, fence materials, and other DIY solutions.
Straight Shooter Game Fencing offers a lifetime workmanship guarantee and promises to leave each property better than it was before. In Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Louisiana, Mississippi, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, and Virginia, property owners can call (256) 381-2675 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to request a free consultation or estimate.
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