It is not only essential that you groom your horse when it’s in the stable but it’s also vital that you take extra steps to ensure their comfort after you’ve been out for a ride. While we’ll be discussing the various aspects of fencing for horses on our blog, let’s first take a closer look here at the most important member at the center of an equine fencing system – your beloved horse.
When we think about installing fencing, it is usually because we have a need to contain or protect something on the property. Surprisingly, a fence may communicate more about the owner or company than they intend and that message goes far beyond the simple statement of “something of value here,”; it can tell whole stories.
All societies in the history of mankind have had individuals who, for one reason or the other, have tried to encroach on bring harm in some form upon other law abiding people’s properties. So it has always been imperative to protect your land or business throughout civilized history.
Farmers work hard to make their land look pleasing to the eye. A farm ringed by a rustic fence adds a charm that captures an authentic farm scene. Farm fences are as functional as they are attractive. There are a variety of fence styles that provide security and coordinate well with the structures they surround.
It’s an all too familiar news story: a child wanders into a pool area and drowns with a parent or caregiver just feet away. Someone crosses a neighbor’s yard in the night and slips and falls into the pool, drowning as a result.