Good fencing and well‑managed watering points enable Queensland producers Brent and Teresa Gadsby to effectively control stock movement using rotational grazing practices.
The critically endangered Bridled Nail-tail Wallaby has been successfully reintroduced into a large feral predator proof fenced area within Pilliga State Conservation Area, near Narrabri.
WOLF SKAFTE-ZAUSS, the owner of Wolf Rural Fencing in Dungog New South Wales, talks with THE FENCE about his fencing business.
A new report forecasts the global perimeter intrusion detection system market will grow at a CAGR of over 11% up to 2025.
Looking for a Sea Change – somewhere truly idyllic? How about a beautiful spot on the WA coast, close to Margaret River. A great place to bring up a family.
Whether you live, or are planning to build in a bushfire prone area, or simply want to increase the bushfire protection afforded to your home, COLORBOND® steel may help protect your property.
Aussies need to be prepared for above average fire risk this year, according to the 2019 Australian Seasonal Bushfire Outlook.
Get together with other fencing professionals for FENCiT’s first national conference.
The September 2019 edition of THE FENCE magazine is out now!
The evolution of Walters Fencing began in 1992 near Tamworth NSW with Steve and Narelle Walters working with the traditional tools of the trade such as the crow bar and shovel, and driving posts into the ground by manual means.