Agricultural Fencing

Agricultural Fencing – Deer Fencing – Tree Protection Fencing

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Agricultural Fencing

Agricultural Fencing is found throughout the UK, to keep animals in their designated fields or keep humans from walking through fields and crops. The type that you require depends on your type of livestock and security concerns, so it’s important to choose the right type of fencing to avoid losing animals.

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Deer Fencing

Deer Fencing offers a large scale solution to protect trees and shrubs from all types of deer. Deer fencing can be installed during tree planting or if looking to protect already established trees under attack from deers eating the bark and leaves or rubbing up against the trees. The deer netting should be installed by battening to fencing posts to ensure the mesh filaments are not damaged.

Barbed wire can be used in unison or with agricultural fencing to give your protection a little bit more kick.

Tree Protection Fencing

Trees are important elements of green infrastructure, contributing to urban cooling and can reduce energy demands in buildings. They represent a key resource that can significantly contribute to climate change adaptation.

Where tree retention or planting is proposed, in conjunction with nearby construction, the objective should be to achieve a harmonious relationship between trees and structures that can be sustained in the long term.

The provision of tree protection fencing usually involves the provision of a scaffold frame driven into the ground to which weld mesh fencing panels are attached.

  • Vertical, horizontal and diagonal scaffold frame secured into the ground and tightly fastened together with scaffold fitting to form a rigid structure.
  • Welded mesh fence panels securely fastened back to scaffold frame using steel ties.
  • Tree Protection Fence’ signs applied throughout.
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