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Ranch Fencing Supplies in Boise, ID


Ranch rail, also called “split rail” or “post and rail,” is a traditional style of farm and horse corral fencing used to mark property lines and keep horses, cattle, goats, and livestock inside the pasture. The functionality of the split rails has made them an essential part of acreage properties in the American west.
Installing a ranch rail, split rail, or post and rail fence on your property can be done at an affordable cost. These fences are often the least expensive style of fencing, depending on the materials and installation you choose.
The most common materials used in the Boise area for ranch rail fences are cedar and vinyl. It’s up to you to decide which material looks best and fits your budget. 
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Different Types of Farm Fencing

Using cedar wood for a ranch split rail farm fence is a great option, because it has a natural resistance to fungus and insects and is easy to maintain. By adding a stain to the wood, it can stay looking better longer while maintaining its rustic appearance.

PVC vinyl is another option for your horse, ranch, and cattle corral fencing. It comes in white and a variety of other colors, and has a modern look. To see the pros and cons of cedar and vinyl, click
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Pasture & Agricultural Fencing Supplies in Caldwell, ID

Whether you are installing round post and rail, ranch rail, or split rail fencing and gates, Western Fence and Landscape Supply sells all types of materials you need for your farm and ranch at affordable prices. Keep your horses, cattle and livestock safe with our high-quality, durable fencing supplies.
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Vinyl Colors & Woodgrains

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Call Western Fence & Landscape Supply at 208-995-6468 or fill out our online form to get started on your fence project. Serving homeowners, contractors, and do-it-yourself-ers in Nampa, Boise, Eagle, Meridian, Kuna, Star, Garden City, Emmett, Middleton, Twin Falls, Fruitland, Idaho and the surrounding areas.