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The Fence Post

A Stay-Tuff Woven Wire Horse Fence

February 10, 2009 | by Duncan Page

horses in field with blue sky

They call it "Tuff" for a reason.

Stay-Tuff produces state-of-the-art galvanized woven wire mesh for horse fencing.

  • "Horse-Tuff" Fixed Knot Fence keeps your horses secure with bordering protection featuring rust and corrosion resistant wire that lasts beautifully due to heavy duty galvanization. Plus pre-stripped rolls--all of the Stay-Tuff fence rolls come with 18 inches of vertical stays removed from both ends of the roll.
  • 3-inch mesh spacing is safe, strong and sized correctly to resist horse hooves, cutting down on expensive injuries.
  • These fences are resilient when a horse makes contact--whether the horse was playing, gets spooked for some reason, or didn't see it (think about adding a top board to enhance visibility.)  

Riding a Brown Horse Under Blue and White Cloudy Sky

You can trust these products to safely contain your horses.

These fences feature the following characteristics:

  • fence meshes are durable and flexible, holding their shape
  • longer lifetime, little maintenance required
  • woven mesh construction is strong
  • no wires sticking out to scrape or harm animals or people
  • can be used with rail fences
  • lasts 3 to 4 times longer than low-tensile wire
  • Redi-Roll feature means time saved stripping roll ends
  • faster and easier to build with fewer posts to set
  • and a 20 Year Warranty
 Stay-Tuff products will provide you with a lifetime of service.



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