Top Rail Fencing

Top rail fencing is generally constructed of welded or fabricated steel and features a horizontal rail positioned at the top of the fence with additional rails depending on the configuration of the fence. This rail serves multiple purposes, including providing structural stability, enhancing the overall look of the fence, and contributing to safety.

Top rail fencing is commonly used in various settings, including farms, ranches, and property boundaries. It offers a balance of functionality, aesthetics, and safety, making it a popular choice for enclosing and defining spaces while maintaining an appealing appearance.

Ranch Fence can install top rail fences in a variety of configurations and styles that can include welded or weaved wire for help with animal containment.

Barbed Wire Fencing

Barbed wire fences are one of the oldest forms of fencing. This fencing system is constructed by steel fencing wire braided together to include sharp edges or points called barbs. Barbs are arranged at intervals along the strands of steel wire. The barbed wire is commonly fastened to wooden or steel fence posts.

Barbed wire fencing on T-posts is a crucial agricultural solution that offers security, containment, and protection. It forms strong barriers, containing livestock within designated areas and safeguarding crops from damage.

Barbed wire fencing defines property boundaries, deters predators, and serves as a cost-effective means of managing livestock and crops. T-posts simplify installation, and barbed wire fences are known for their low maintenance demands, making them a practical choice for agricultural operations seeking efficient and durable solutions.

Ranch Fence installs barbed wire fencing in a variety of configurations for both large and small projects throughout California.

Tortoise WILDLIFE Fencing

Tortoise fencing provides protective measures to safeguard desert tortoises (scientifically known as Gopherus agassizii), which are a threatened species native to California. These tortoises inhabit desert ecosystems, and their populations have been negatively affected by habitat loss, urban development, and road traffic.

Tortoise wildlife fencing consists of barriers erected along roadways, construction sites, and other areas where tortoises might be at risk of injury or death due to vehicle collisions or human activities. The goal is to prevent tortoises from accessing potentially dangerous areas and to guide them toward safe crossings, underpasses, or habitat corridors.

Tortoise fencing typically includes a combination of wire mesh or solid panels that create a barrier along roadsides. These barriers guide tortoises toward designated crossing points, such as culverts or underpasses, where they can safely navigate roadways without risking harm. The fencing also serves to discourage tortoises from entering construction sites or areas where their presence could lead to injury.

AG Fencing Applications

Perimeter Fence Clients

Ranch Fence Inc. boasts an exemplary track record in the installation of top-tier perimeter fences catering to a diverse clientele, including commercial enterprises, municipal bodies, industrial establishments, and government entities across the state of California. Among the esteemed clientele that entrusts their perimeter fence needs to Ranch Fence, the following entities stand out as prominent partners:

• General Contractors

• Property Management

• Construction Management

• Shopping Centers

• Medical Facilities

• Apartment Complexes

• Property Developers

• Airports

• Pharmaceutical Plants

• Chemical Plants

• Industrial Vacant Land

• Refineries

• Substations

• Nuclear Plants

• Manufacturing Plants

• Solar Fields

• Power Plants

• Gas Monitoring Facilities

• Public & Private Schools

• Municipalities

• DOT Facilities

• Federal Bases

• NASA Facilities

• Government Facilities

Portfolio of AG & Wildlife Fence Installations

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