Wowen Wire:
This is a very effective physical barrier because it can hold up to ongoing abuse. It is best suited to high-pressure areas and even the most severe weather won't break down this fence.

High Tensile Wire:
High Tensile Wire can endure excessive pressure from livestock as well as low temperature contraction without loosing its elasticity.

This cost-effective and safe electric farm fencing can stand alone as a permanent perimeter fence, or moved around for rotational grazing, and can be used as a portable or temporary fence for horses, sheep, cattle and other livestock.


Building a quality fence that will provide years of good service and low maintenance requires proper construction techniques. Unfortunately, many people consider fence building a low priority. The result is a poorly built fence that is a waste of time and money.

Every fencing job presents slightly different problems. Building a quality fence is critical in the Canadian climate where temperatures change from freezing to hot.  

However, the application of a few basic principles of fence construction can result in well-built fence. Keep in mind that, like in everything else, good organization is the key. Planning and budgeting will ensure that you have proper fence and will help you to avoid unwanted financial surprises.

Related Information:

Acreage Guide
Acreage Table
Electric Fencing
Wood Fences
High Tensile Fence Wire
Fixed-Knot Game Fence
Farm & Ranch Fence
Barbed Wire
Fence Planning & Estimating Worksheet (pdf)