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Red Brand Square Deal Field Fence, 330 ft.

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Protect your investment with the Square Deal Field Fence, a reliable confinement for cattle, hogs and other large animals. The Square Deal Knot prevents fencing from buckling or sagging. It also provides extra strength and rigidity with flexibility for ideal installation over hilly terrain.

  • Able to withstand the demands of corralling large animal herds
  • Ideal for all terrains, as well as corrals and pastures
  • Special wire crimps withstand even the most severe weather by allowing the fence to expand and contract
  • Galvanized wire resists weathering as well as wear and tear
  • 330 ft. x 47 in.
  • 6 in. vertical stays

NOTE: Brand may vary by store. Please check your Tractor Supply Company store for availability.

Specification Description
Description: 1047-6-12-1/2
Material: Galvanized Steel
Top/Bottom Wire Gauge: 10 ga.
Product Type: Field Fencing
Product Length: 330 ft.
Product Height: 47 in.
Filler Gauge: 12.5 ga.
Brand: Red Brand
Vertical Stays: 6 in.
Manufacturer Part Number 70207
Red Brand Square Deal Field Fence, 330 ft. is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 12.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Durable field fence Heavy duty field fence for the same price as garden fence. This fence is the same build and quality as fences I put up 40 years ago. This fence is made of heavy guage wire as reflected by its weight. Perfect for fencing in large areas for livestock inexpensively.
Date published: 2018-04-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great fence Bought about 6 rolls of this to fence in my horse fields on new property. That was about a year ago and it still looks great.
Date published: 2017-09-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Red Brand + Tractor Supply - Great Combination Red Brand should thank the "complainer" who claimed: "the roll is extremely heavy." That cracks me up! . . the 5 & Dime has plastic fence. We have four paddocks that were fenced with this roughly three decades ago. The only thing that's ever really damaged it was when a five foot wall of water in a flash flood bombarded it, & even then, it didn't break, it filled with debris, breaking a few posts which forced that section to twist and get mangled due to the temporary river. Now to me, that's a fence worth building and maintaining. Best of all . . . from melting the scrap steel to make the wire - all the way to slapping on the label, it's made right here in the USA! Something about that alone, just makes a farmer proudly assured of longevity and durability when building a fence with this stuff. NO, YOU CAN NOT GO WRONG WITH THIS WIRE AND TS always has huge selection of it for a very reasonable price. Finally, whoever said "joints broke" . . . well, I think anyone who's put up any length of fence knows what she did to it before it broke?
Date published: 2017-01-08
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Save your money I bought this think it would be easy to use for pig fencing! There is nothing easy about it the roll is extremely heavy. The fencing does not hold up very well, you are better off spending a little extra and getting panels.
Date published: 2016-05-08
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What is the size of the squares?

Asked by: Little Johnny
The squares gradually increase in size from 3"H x 6"W at the bottom up to 8"H x 6"W at the top.
Answered by: DanielB
Date published: 2018-05-05

What is the recommended distance between t-posts for this fence ?

Asked by: ect1
It depends on your terrain. Generally, t-posts should be spaced 7-12 feet apart. Closer together when there is uneven terrain.
Answered by: DanielB
Date published: 2017-07-07

Is this fencing suitable for sheep and a llama?

Asked by: 104homestead
This product would be suitable for sheep and llamas. However, while the height and gauge of the fence is the same as typical sheep fencing, the openings are 6" instead of 4". So we recommend being cautious of smaller sheep sticking their heads through the openings.
Answered by: AshleyBe
Date published: 2018-06-27

Will this fit in the back of a Kia Soul?

Asked by: Me24
We do not have the dimensions of the interior of the Kia Soul. The dimensions of the Red Brand Square Deal Field Fence are 20-1/2" diameter x 47" H.
Answered by: DanielB
Date published: 2018-06-05

I am looking to fence about two acres against deer. Is this fencing appropriate to exclude deer. My posts are 4x4x10 pressure treated. How far apart should the posts be placed?

Asked by: scarey
It's not suggested to stack fencing. Since this roll of fencing is only 47 inches high, it will likely cause the fence to not be taught enough and it could blow around in the breeze and not be as sturdy as it should be if you were to stack them on top of each other. We recommend using 60 to 72 inch wire and then use a top wire such as barbed wire or razor wire. Assuming that you'll be driving your posts around 3-4 feet deep, typically deer won't attempt to jump anything over 6 feet unless they're in distress and fleeing hunters or predators. As far as the spacing, we generally recommend 7-12 feet.
Answered by: NRoberts
Date published: 2018-04-03

How heavy is the roll?

Asked by: pjm24
A roll weighs 179 lbs.
Answered by: BrittanyH
Date published: 2018-04-24

What is the difference between this product (SKU 111944699) and Woven Field Fence (SKU 361016399)? I am fencing in about an acre and a quarter to keep in large and small dogs (French Bulldog and Blue Heeler), would either of these be good to use?

Asked by: Kelsie G
These two fences serve similar purposes - the main difference being this product is woven with square knots while the SKU 3610163 is woven with monarch knots. Field fencing may not be very effective for enclosing dogs.
Answered by: AshleyBe
Date published: 2018-07-23

is this class 3 coated wire?

Asked by: 4020JD
No this wire is is class 1 galvanization.
Answered by: BrittanyH
Date published: 2017-06-26
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