Why choose Siddall & Hilton for stock fencing?

Posted on: January 23, 2015

You can buy stock fencing from a variety of manufacturers and outlets but most of us would choose to purchase from established suppliers with a reputation for high quality products, if budget allows. Stock fencing manufacturers with years of experience are also able to suggest the best type of fencing for your particular requirements, rather than something that will just “do the job”.

Value for money

The value of experience cannot be underestimated in the stock fencing industry. At Siddall & Hilton we understand that every penny counts in farming so when you invest in stock fencing you’d like it to last a lifetime if possible. Siddall & Hilton stock fencing products are made to last, using the best quality steel mesh and wire, serving as strong, reliable and secure fencing options to keep animals in and out.

Stock fencing for all sorts of animal enclosures

Our stock fencing is not only used on farms but also on wildlife parks, safari parks, zoos and even in residential applications such as the building of aviaries, home chicken coops and pet enclosures.

Manufactured in a variety of colours our stock fencing can blend in with the landscape or contrast with it, creating an aesthetically pleasing look together with secure practicality.

Stock fencing advice

If you are a farmer or fencing contractor looking for stock fencing make sure you get a quote from us since our products are competitively priced and manufactured to the highest possible standard. We are also a mine of information on stock fencing options and our advice is absolutely free.

Stock fencing is used in a variety of applications so if you feel it might be useful for a project you have in mind don’t hesitate to give us a call. We can help you make a decision.

Get the job right the first time by using Sidall & Hilton stock fencing products, designed to last a lifetime with minimal maintenance. You know it makes sense!

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