Serving Northwest Florida & Southern Alabama
FENCE IT RIGHT THE FIRST TIME
Welcome to Schneider Farm Fence
If you're located in the Pensacola region of Florida or in Southern Alabama, call on Schneider Farm Fence, the farm fencing experts, to install a fence that will keep your investment secure with the right materials and the highest attention to detail, while keeping prices competitive.
Schneider Farm Fence began in the fall of 2006. My father, Royce, and I had a few head of cattle and needed some fencing done on our own farm. We researched the best fencing products and methods and began implementing them on our own farm. This gave us the idea of constructing custom ag fencing as an alternative to our row crop farming occupation. We soon learned of a neighbor that needed some farm fence built, so we eagerly accepted the project. After a couple of years of fencing part-time, we made the plunge and have been dedicated to ag fencing ever since...
POSTS We get all of our line posts custom treated to .60CCA vs the standard .40CCA. This gives the post 50% more treatment than normal to ensure they last as long as possible. Most utility poles are treated to the same .60CCA. We drive all of our posts into the ground with a skid steer mounted post driver. This results in a much stronger tighter post than digging a hole. This eliminates the need for concrete and waiting for it to cure.
WIRE All wire we use is galvanized to class 3 specs. This has 3 times the rust resistance of a typical class 1 wire commonly used by Red Brand and others. We use high tensile fixed knot net wire vs the standard hinge joint wire. This wire can be stretched extremely tight allowing us to space our line posts up to 25’ apart which saves you money. We use Stay-Tuff brand wire.
BRACING Another thing that separates us from the competition is our end and corner bracing. A strong brace is a key to a long-lasting fence. We use 5-6”x10’ posts for our anchor and brace posts on our typical 5’ fence. This allows 5’ of the post below the ground. Another key to a strong brace is a long horizontal post. We use a 12’ post vs a 6’or 8’ typically used. This allows a much flatter angle on the brace wires, which reduces uplift on the anchor post and makes a much stronger brace.
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