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Best Decorative Fence We've Seen
Decorative "no paint" fence doesn't doesn't come any better than a new-style version introduced by Quality Fencing of Grande Prairie, Alb., Canada.
It's made of .073 wall galvanized pipe, making it "chew-proof and rust-proof, and giving it unmatched strength for containing the biggest and orneriest horses, cattle, exotics and other animals. A special pow-der coating process gives the fence its at-tractive, permanent white finish. It never needs painting and, unlike vinyl and similar fencing, doesn't deteriorate when subjected to extreme annual weather swings from 40 below to 100 degrees F. above zero in many areas."
The oval-shaped galvanized iron rails are about 3.5 in. wide and 1.5 in. thick. They have tapered ends and couple together in 10 ft. long sections.
Cost (Canadian dollars) of a standard 3-rail white fence, with posts spaced 10 ft. apart, is right at $12 per running foot in-stalled, and $10 if you install it yourself prices subject to change). Other colors, and 4-rail fence, available on special order.
Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Quality Fencing, Dave Price and Sons, 9509 1 1 1 St., Grande Prairie, Alb., Canada T8V 5W1 (ph. 403 532-5630).

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1995 - Volume #19, Issue #3