Stockdale Fencing have recently been appointed by The Forestry Commission to install rabbit netting at Delamere Forest. Rabbit fencing is used to protect crops trees and plants. Rabbits are renowned for eating bark from trees which can cause the tree serious injury or can even result in the tree gradually dying. It is therefore vital to put protective fencing in place to protect both the tree and the rabbit. Hexagonal mesh is used to prevent rabbits getting through the fencing. The wire is mounted on wooden posts and buried in the ground to stop the rabbits burrowing under the fence for an ultra-secure perimeter. Rabbits can also cause extreme losses to agricultural crops causing a loss in yield and production. We can also incorporate drop boxes in the fencing which can be beneficial to help manage the rabbit population. Stockdale Fencing has over 10 years’ experience fitting rabbit fencing across the Northwest and Cheshire. To include farms, estate, tree plantations and gardens. Please get in touch if you feel this something you require!
Supplying Agricultural, Equestrian and Domestic fencing across the North West.