Come to Bob Kingsbery’s article, owner of the ranch and wood horse fence expert, the other day. I have to admit he knows what he’s talking about. The man knows his fence and has given horseshoe seminars around the world over the last few decades. The man spoke with the feeling that I feel obliged to share with you the nuggets of knowledge from Kingsbery. But before doing that, let me give you the lowdown on your horse fence. Fencing is probably the oldest trick in the book to keep animals safe.
Security perimeters are another aspect that is usually ignored by fence builders. With its long history of experience, Kingsbery claims that uninterrupted and continuous fencing is the best for this purpose. The undisturbed roadblocks leave no room for horses to pass. In continuous install wood horse fence, Kingsbery reminds builders to provide gates.
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No matter how ridiculous, to forget that gate is a common mistake in fencing history. For add security, depending on the psychology of the horse. Make your fence and security mark very visible because the horse is hesitant to pass through obstacles without encouragement. There are many methods to keep the horse in. Likewise, there are also ways horses can get out of your wood horse fence. Review your horse fencing techniques and try to think of ways horses can handle them. By the way, this advice is from me and not from Kingsbery.