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Agricultural fencing can be used for different reasons including simple delineation to determine a farm boundary or more commonly to retain livestock for example.

Product choice will depend mainly on budget however other factors including aesthetics dependent on location may also contribute to final choice.

There are many options available from temporary fencing using wooden post and wire to longer term solutions utilising metal posts combined with wire for longevity. Post and rail fencing can be used to enhance a driveway or property and is also useful for the equestrian sector.

Agvendor.co.uk is pleased to promote both Main Line Timber and Solar Gate Systems

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  • Growing list of Agricultural Fencing and Gate Suppliers
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  • Main Line Timber
    Main Line Timber
    Main Line Timber Ltd was established in 1991 at Old Station Yard, Woodford Halse, Daventry, by Edward Gascoigne and originally...
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  • Solar Gate Systems
    Solar Gate Systems
    Solar Gate Systems are based in Oxfordshire and supply and install a range of Solar Powered automatic electric gate opening and closing...
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