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  • Have you ever wondered about the height of your horse fencing? It’s true that the rules for measuring the height of fences that are used to constrain other types of livestock do not necessarily apply to the factors that determine the height of horse fencing. Because horses have a more athletic build and are more likely to jump a fence when spooked, it is recommended that your fence height should be at least 54 inches or 4.5 feet. A height of the least 4.5 feet will deter your horses from [...]

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    If you're raising horses, you know that besides being beautiful and majestic animals, they are also animals that require continual care. You very likely put lots of time, lots of effort, lots of energy, and not to mention lots of money into caring for your horses. For this reason alone, it's imperative that you provide your horses with the utmost in security and protection. One of the best ways to ensure that your horses do not harm themselves, harm others, or wander away from your property is [...]

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    Do you hate the constant maintenance and upkeep of that horse fence that you have around your pastures? What if I said that I could get you a fence that would not rot nor split and it could handle any environment you put it in? We have that fence for you, and we compete with the prices you are now paying for that old wooden fence that will take hours to mend throughout its life. Oh, and did I mention that the life of this fence is much greater than the life that the old wooden fence will ever [...]

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    There was a time not so long ago when cattle fencing had certain mandates — sheep and cattle had to be enclosed using electrified barbed wire and horses were simply left in a wooden enclosure. Horses supposedly had poor vision and using an electric fence would not be sufficient protection. The fencing needed to be blunt or the horses could become caught up in the wires. However, today the rules have changed and horse fencing has graduated along with the changes. Nowhorse farms all over the [...]

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    Fencing is a big deal when you have horses that you love or horses that have been rescued and need to be kept safe. The old barbed wire fences would often injure or cut the horse’s skin leaving scaring and allowing for possible infection. The best way to secure you horse today is to use vinyl horse fencing. Horses and other animals have the reputation of chasing after the grass on the other side of the fence because they think it is greener. The animals also use the posts to rub up [...]

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    If you are thinking about getting a horse, it is important to know that they, like any other living thing, will need a great deal of care. Owning andcaring for horses is not as simple as turning them loose in a pasture. In fact, much of their care can be more involved and more time-consuming than the care of a smaller animal. There are great rewards to owning a horse, and making the purchase can be a happy decision, but it is important to understand what is involved in caring for a horse. * [...]

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    Horse fences come in a wide variety of materials, designs, and effectiveness. But of all the options available, the vinyl horse fence proves to be the most ideal. Vinyl will not age, will not break down, and requires very little maintenance. Just like vinyl siding on a home, vinyl horse fencing can be purchased in a variety of colors. If your home is trimmed in white, choose white fencing to complement your current landscape. But that’s not all: The smooth edges of the vinyl horse fence will [...]

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    When considering fencing for horses, you want to make sure you are providing a safe enclosure. There are many types of fencing available, but not all of them will be safe for your horse. Vinyl horse fencing is both safe and attractive. Wire fencing can do the job of keeping your horse inside of the boundaries, but more horse owners are reporting fencing injuries because of wire fencing. Horses can become entangled in fencing by catching their hooves and even their heads when trying to see if [...]

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    If you’re a horse lover, then you know all too well the importance of caring for your horses. One of the most primary factors in determining how well you care for your horses will be in the investment you make to protect them. When you first invested in your horses, chances are you put some thought into the care requirements and the monetary responsibility you would undergo as a horse owner. As such, you're probably already familiar with the fact that caring for horses requires a few major [...]

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    You’ve probably heard the old adage that good fences make good neighbors. This adage was originally derived from a poem by Robert Frost. This adage is particularly sound for someone who is raising horses or other livestock. Maintaining a good fence will help to keep your livestock safe, keep stray animals and other visitors out of your pasture or field, and can help to reduce your liability in the event of an unlikely occurrence. You may also find that maintaining a sound pasture fence will [...]

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