Wild game fencing is used to keep game in or out of an area. It is typically constructed using high tension wire and heavy support posts driven deep into the ground. A game fence will be at least 8 feet tall. The most common applications are to keep farmed game, like elk, bison or deer, secure in their paddocks and grazing pastures. Farmers also use game fencing to keep wild game out of their properties to protect crops and produce.
Game fences are also used for wildlife protection and conservation. First Class Fencing can serve the public sector, installing secure game fences in wildlife preserves, national parks and along roads and highways to guide game through man-made wildlife passages that keep them safe from road traffic.
First Class Fencing can construct a durable, heavy-duty game fence using galvanized wiring, appropriate spacing and a variety of heights and wire-gauges, depending on your specific needs. Your game fence will be built to last and we will take extra care not to disturb your property during construction. To learn more about our game fencing products, please contact us.