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    Tuesday, October 04, 2011

    Horse fencing

      The horse fencing options available today are as varied as horse breeds. From the traditional wood rail fences, electric hotwire to the high tech plastic fences all have their advantages and disadvantages. In this article we look at a variety of horse fence options from a horse owner's perspective. Here's a list of the common horse fencing options. Wooden rail fence is a traditional variety of horse fence. It's attractive and relatively inexpensive. The downside is that it requires maintenance upkeep to keep it looking good. If it's painted, it requires regular painting. Horses can and will break boards and can run through a wood fence if spooked. The nails from the board can also become a hazard if they come loose and a horse accidentally steps on it. Many horse owners use a strand of hot wire on the top rail to discourage pushing on the wood or chewing on it. Pipe fencing has become a very popular horse fence in many parts of the country. It is attractive and highly visible. It's expensive to install, but once up there is little maintenance and it lasts a long time. It's also very solid, so there is little give if a horse were to run into it. That said, I've seen it used on many breeding farms and owners tell me that due to the high visibility, most horses don't run into it very often.