The FARMGARD 47 in. x 330 ft. Field Fence is perfect for containing farm livestock, and features smaller mesh openings near the ground to prevent hoof injuries from animals "stepping through" the fence. The fence is manufactured using Class 1 galvanized steel, woven rather than welded, with expansion crimps to help the fence stretch and conform to the terrain.
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94%of customersrecommend this product16 of 17reviews
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94%of customersrecommend this product16 of 17reviews
We installed this around our acre property to keep the dogs in. It's one of those neighborhoods with utilities/drainage right of ways and indigineous growth between lots. (Areas at the front of the property that don't have hedges are lined with wood privacy fence.) Anyway, we didn't want to block wildlife so we installed it with the large openings at the bottom. We cut the back sides of a few existing hedge rows, installed the whole thing in a weekend and the hedges have grown in around it now. You don't even know it's there! ...except that the Retreivers (dogs) can't run rampant in the neighborhood.
Pros: Easy to Install
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28out of31found this review helpful.
Review 2 for 47 in. x 330 ft. Field Fence with Galvanized Steel Class 1 Coating
I am just an ordinary home owner with a couple of acres to take care of. I bought this fence to keep unwanted tumble weeds off my property. I also bought 20 t-stakes to hang this fence on. It has been a great investment so far. The heavy gauge wire is perfect for this type of barrier.
I did this by myself (not recommended), it is a 330 ft. fence and therefor very heavy. I had some t-stakes on the property line so I played off of them and made my way from one to the next by unrolling the fence as I went, trying to keep no more than 15 feet between t-stakes and it worked out great.
I was sore for three days following this job!
Pros: Multi Use, High Quality of Material, Alternative for Real Wood, should last for years.
Cons: roll of fence is hard to open and unroll.
6out of6found this review helpful.
Review 3 for 47 in. x 330 ft. Field Fence with Galvanized Steel Class 1 Coating
Strong, rust-proof, easy to install with enough flexibility to adapt to our sloping lot without unsightly gaps. The length is perfect for one side of a one-acre run. Much less visually intrusive than a chain link fence. I highly recommend this product. We have 'difficult' neighbors on one side, and this will help. Good fences make good neighbors, and this is a really good fence.
Pros: High Quality of Material, Easy to Install, Good Shape, Strong
7out of7found this review helpful.
Review 4 for 47 in. x 330 ft. Field Fence with Galvanized Steel Class 1 Coating
This fence is HEAVY DUTY and relatively easy to work with once you get it rolled out. I've got a compact tractor with a front end loader, so i dumped it the bucket and just backed on down the fence row. You'd better be a big Hoss or have help to move it around when it's a full roll. I especially like the interconnections. They act like hinges, so getting the bottom row to lay on the ground was a piece of cake to stop the critters from digging under it. I recommend you get a fencing wire wrapping tool to wrap the wire where you splice it or at attach points. It's well worth the $7 or $8 i payed for it. I'd definitely would buy some more of this if the need arises.
Pros: High Quality of Material, Good Shape, tuff stuff
Cons: it's heavy!
54out of54found this review helpful.
Review 5 for 47 in. x 330 ft. Field Fence with Galvanized Steel Class 1 Coating
I originally ordered this fence from Home Depot and after two weeks they lost the order. I called and since they could not track it, they refunded my money and asked if I wanted to order it again. I said yes, and they gave me 10% off and had it delivered right to my house. Good Customer Service! The fence is excellent quality and is the typical field fencing used as a barrier on pastures. The wire is 12.5 gauge and bends to work with. The openings in the fence are wider at the top and half as open at the bottom. The only comment I will make is that if you are going to use this fence in a residential neighborhood, you should realize that it looks like you have goats or keeping sheep. Its for a country setting. You need two people to install this fencing. Home Depot has other fencing for residential areas.
Pros: Multi Use, High Quality of Material, Alternative for Real Wood, Easy to Install
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Review 8 for 47 in. x 330 ft. Field Fence with Galvanized Steel Class 1 Coating
The mesh size one this fence is not 2" as specified. It is not welded wire either. I purchased this fence and didn't realize the mesh size until it was unrolled. Had to take it back because of false specifications.
2out of3found this review helpful.
Review 15 for 47 in. x 330 ft. Field Fence with Galvanized Steel Class 1 Coating
We bought field fencing for our farm here on Long Island, NY from Home Depot because Tractor Supply was a days trip back and forth. It turned out that the price for the field fencing was cheaper, delivery was waved and they brought the fencing to our front door. We won all the way around. We will use Home Depot again for all of our field fencing needs.
Pros: Multi Use, cheaper than tractor supply
Cons: shipping cost expensive
1out of1found this review helpful.
Review 16 for 47 in. x 330 ft. Field Fence with Galvanized Steel Class 1 Coating
The product might be fine but the description is all wrong the mesh size is 6 inches and these are no where near 330 ft long more like 50. I ordered online and in my haste to get home and get started had them loaded and was down the road before taking a second look, and realizing the mix up.
Cons: wrong description
3out of10found this review helpful.
Review 17 for 47 in. x 330 ft. Field Fence with Galvanized Steel Class 1 Coating