2023 - Volume #47, Issue #3, Page #10[ Sample Stories From This Issue | List of All Stories In This Issue | Print this story | Read this issue]
Portable Fencing Built To Last
There’s no welding, bolting, or fabrication involved. The steel pipes simply slide together to form the fence.
The fence is supported by two steel bars welded together into an A-frame. The front of the frame is a heavy-duty 2 3/8-in. front bar and the back bar is the same size and thickness.
Three high-tensile inserts protrude from each side of the front leg. The inserts go inside a 1.9-in. steel pipe that runs parallel to the ground. The three parallel bars are what form the body of the fence.
The A-frame pipes are capped at the top to keep out insects and birds.
Bison Tough products are specifically built to withstand the harshest conditions, which is why they’re used by agencies like the Bureau of Land Management and the U.S. Forest Service.
Farmers in more remote areas may find wildlife making their way through the fenced-in areas. These fences are specifically designed to allow deer to jump over them and antelope to squeeze under them to keep them from getting stuck with your animals.
Farmers who live in areas that see wildfires will appreciate that the Bison Tough Steel Fence is fire-resistant. It’s easy to take apart and move to different locations.
This fencing can be used for other applications like property permitters, equestrian facilities, rodeo arenas, and more.
Bison Pipe also offers gates ranging from 2 ft. up to 24 ft. wide. They come in various rail and height combinations.
Pricing varies based on desired footage.
Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Les Carberry, Bison Pipe, 240 E. Frontage Rd., Jerome, Idaho 83338 (ph 800-764-7473; www.bisonpipe.com).
Click here to download page story appeared in.
Click here to read entire issue
To read the rest of this story, download this issue below or click here to register with your account number.