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Fred Doherty sourced some steel stockyards for the local rodeo club about five years ago. They proved so popular with the club members that he continued importing them on his own account and Fred’s Fencing was born.
A small setup can take as little as 40 minutes to put together. They are freestanding, so there’s no need for posts, and they can be easily adapted to suit your requirements.
Fred has displayed the yards at a number of trade shows, including the past four South Island Field Days, and has had a great response.
He has sold yard setups to farmers, lifestylers, and horsey people all over New Zealand.
Clients love how easy to assemble they are and also how easy it is to change the shape or layout of a setup to fit a particular space.
All products are now hot-dipped galvanised imported steel. They suit all types of needs, from small animals to equine, and light weight options to heavy duty requirements are available.
The panels are ideal for permanent and temporary cattleyards, run-off blocks, dairy-grazing blocks or lease blocks. The equestrian fraternity loves them also for round pens, permanent and temporary horse-yards, and for temporary horse-yards at events.
Components can be mixed and matched, and easily changed by moving the pins.
Fred also has security fence panels, which can be used for chook runs, dog-exercise areas, and offal-hole surrounds, as well as the more usual use around construction and building sites.