Over vast areas, barbed wire is often seen in some parts of the world, but it is the most dangerous fencing material that can be used around horses, even in a large pasture. If a horse is caught in barbed wire, it can quickly become severely hurt, often leaving lasting scars or even permanent injuries. Horse management books and periodicals are nearly universal in stating that barbed wire should never be used to contain horses.However, this advice is widely ignored, particularly in the western United States.
Various types of smooth wire fencing, particularly when supported by a strand of electric fence, can be used to enclose a large pasture of several acres, and is one of the least expensive fencing options. A wire fence should have at least four, preferably five strands to provide adequate security. However, even without sharp barbs, wire has the highest potential for horses to become tangled in the fence and injured. If used, it must be properly installed and kept tight through regular maintenance. Visibility is also an issue; a horse galloping in an unfamiliar pasture may not see a wire fence until it is too late to stop.
Woven mesh wire is safer but more expensive than strands of smooth wire. It is more difficult to install, and has some visibility issues, but horses are less likely to become tangled in it or be injured if they run into it. Adding a top rail of wood or synthetic material increases visibility of the fence and prevents it from being bent by horses reaching over it. A strand of electric fence may also keep horses from pushing on a mesh fence. Mesh fencing needs to be heavy-gauge wire, woven, not welded, and the squares of the mesh should be too small for a horse to put a foot through. "Field fence" or "no-climb" fence are safer designs than more widely woven "sheep fence." Chain link fence is occasionally seen, but horses can bend chain link almost as easily as a thinner-gauge wire, so the additional expense is often not justified by any gain over good-quality woven wire.
Sliding stall fronts are a popular option for many horse barns. Since doors slide rather than swing outward, they provide a major space saving advantage. For this reason, sliding stall fronts are ideal for busy facilities with multiple horses. They also make a great choice when dealing with a narrow barn aisle. Our track and roller system is the best on the market with a self-cleaning design allowing a smooth and easy slide. Take a look at the many options we have available. We can customize any of our standard stall fronts to suit your needs.
The product details:
|Product name||Horse Stall Bamboo material Stable Customized by Jinghua steel company|
|Other key words||horse stable /horse house/horse feeding house/indoor safety horse house|
|Each panel Size (w*h)||
4*2.2m,3.6m*2.2m,3m*2.2m ,other sizes on request
|Material||40*40mm, or 50*50mm|
|Surface||Hot dipped galvanized|
|Advantage||Easy connection, NO need of support post|
|Horse safe, no sharp edges|
|Any other requirements, please feel free to contact us .|
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