If you're looking for field gates or a particular type of agricultural fencing, please select from the categories on the right.
Stock wire fencing, also known as agricultural fencing or sheep or pig wire, is a great general purpose fencing wire that can create an effective boundary that also keeps livestock and domestic pets inside the garden, safe and sound.
We also have a comprehensive range of electrical fencing products appropriate for all types of livestock.
Agricultural Fencing for Guaranteed Animal Protection...
A wire fence is also suitable as a pest control where badgers are concerned, and it will also help to protect your plants from deer. So do not think of stock fencing wire and Mesh Fencing as purely agricultural.
Wire Netting and Wire Mesh Fencing can be used for rabbit fencing and other smaller animals and birds. Wire mesh fencing can also be used in smaller garden environments and is suitable for small pets.
Stock and Mesh Fencing Made to Suit Any Farm Animal
Our other livestock wire fencing is also a very popular choice when it comes to erecting horse fencing. This particular range has been manufactured by our trusted brand Hampton and has the unique Hampton Net feature. This means the steel fixings fold to form an X shape with no sharp points, leaving a smooth and safe finish on the fencing wire for your horses.
The great thing about AVS is that if you have an industrial sized job to do, you can purchase everything you need for your wire fence or stock fencing wire build, including wire netting and wire mesh fencing, all in one place. And we have this and other wire fencing supplies in an assortment of sizes.
When building your new stock wire fencing, AVS even have all the tools and fixings you need for a successful job, including wooden stakes, fencing wire strainers and tensioners. If you need any advice on which livestock and animal fencing and wire mesh fencing you need in general, get in touch.
Also, if you are looking for a bit more information on what would be best for your mesh fencing construction, and any more information on the wire netting and mesh that we supply, please contact AVS today and we will talk you through your options.
For a complete guide to livestock fencing, see our handy blog post.