Doweled Wood Fences
Doweled Wood Fences, also known as Western Rail Fences, are made from high-quality pressure treated pine rounds that fit together using a doweled end fitted into a mitered socket. Doweled Wood Fences are available in 2 rail, 3 rail and 4 rail configurations and are an attractive and durable improvement to your property, pasture, arena or stock pens.
The 2 rail is offered with a domed or rounded top for a more ornate and decorative look. The line posts are 5' tall and 5.5" in diameter and the ends or corner posts are 5' tall and 6.5" in diameter. Our two-rail fence is typically buried 18" in the ground with 3.5" out and the center of the top rail at 3'.
Perfect for wrapping the front yard or decorating a driveway or private road, 2 rail configurations are generally used for aesthetic purposes, marking property lines and creating visible markers on pathways.
The 3 rail is offered in both a flat top and the domed top with 7'x5.5" line posts and 7'x6.5" ends or corners.
Usually the 3 rail is buried 2.5" in the ground with 4.5" above and the center of the top rail at 4'. The rails are primarily 8' long and offered in our standard 3.5" or in a jumbo 4.5" and rails can be custom made to any length to fit your needs.
3 Rail configurations are perfect when wrapping larger pastures for horses and larger animals. 3 Rail fences are also common when choosing aesthetic applications or borders where large animals may be a concern.
Four-rail doweled fence is again offered in a flat top or dome top posts with line posts 8' tall and 5.5" in diameter and ends or corners are 8' tall and 6.5" in diameter. It is buried 3' in the ground and 5' out with the center of the top rail at 4.5'. The rails are primarily 8' long and offered in our standard 3.5" or in a jumbo 4.5" and rails can be custom made to any length to fit your needs.
4 Rail fencing is used for smaller area applications such as stock pens for holding and separating, roping and breaking arenas, and feeding / bedding areas. This configuration prevents stock from reaching their head through the fence and is high-enough to prevent the stock or horses from jumping over.
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