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Introducing American FarmWorks® Electric Fencing Supplies - Exclusively at Tractor Supply Co.

Tractor Supply Co.’s exclusive line of electric fencing supplies


An exclusive brand developed for Tractor Supply Co., American FarmWorks® delivers a complete line of electric fencing products for modern farms and ranches. American FarmWorks® provides Tractor Supply Co. with all the components you need to get your electric fence up and running. Whether you’re after a replacement solar fence charger, new insulators or a spool of polywire, count on American FarmWorks® to be the backbone of your farm fencing.  Click here to learn more.


Fencing Videos

Fencing Videos from Tractor Supply

Learn about the various types and application of fences and instructions and tips on installation with these videos from Tractor Supply Co.

Fencing Articles

Wood Fence Basics

Wood fences are the most common type of fence we build today, because of wood's availability, its aesthetic versatility, and its relative low cost of building and maintenance. While it is possible to purchase prefabricated wood fence panels, stick building your fence offers more flexibility, greater control over the quality of materials you use, and, often, a more aesthetically pleasing fence.

The most common species used for stick-built wood fences include pine, spruce, fir, cypress, red cedar, white cedar, and redwood. When selecting the wood that will make up your fence it is preferable to use heartwood rather than sapwood. Heartwood, which is an older wood taken from the inside of a tree, will typically have fewer knots and won't decay as quickly as sapwood, which is a younger wood taken from the outside of a tree. The wood materials that 

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Farm Fencing

A sturdy fence provides a barrier against expensive tragedies. After all, just imagine the trouble of horses or cattle running loose on a busy road.

Fences, though, must survive a tough environment as animals and the weather do their best to wear down even the sturdiest wood and wire structures. So, it’s important to monitor fences, checking to see when it’s time to repair, or replace.

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Electric Fence Basics

If you've experienced the frustration of chasing down a runaway horse or cow, you know that good fencing is essential to keeping livestock, whether you have one or 100.

Electric fences are good for containing livestock and are excellent for keeping predators away.

Because an electric fence works partly as a psychological barrier, rather than solely as a strong physical barrier, it can be made of lighter materials than a non-electrified fence. This makes electric fences less expensive and easier to install and maintain. Moreover, livestock rarely push or rub up against an electric fence trying to scratch an itch. This makes electric fences last longer.

Use this guide to decide if an electric fence is the right choice for your place.

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Fencing at Tractor Supply Co.

Tractor Supply Co. is your destination for garden fencing, livestock fencing, feed panels, automatic gate openers and wireless pet fencing. We also have a wide variety of fencing types such as welded wire, barbed wire, and post & board.