Stock Wire Fencing

Stock wire fencing available in mild steel and high tensile options.  An effective, economical method of separating and protecting livestock, dividing fields and creating boundaries.

We also stock a full range of farm and agricultural fencing

  • Manufactured in Europe, conforms to BS EN standards



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Product Information: Stock Wire Fencing

Understanding Mesh Configuration

High Tensile

Attributes Choose from:
  • Up to 3 times stronger than mild steel (approx. 1050-1250 N/mm)
  • Can be strained tighter than mild steel
  • Will not stretch due to weathering 
  • Will not need retightening every year – less maintenance
  • Requires half the number of posts for installation
  • Knotted hinged joint
  • Heavily galvanised to BSEN10244 standards
  • HT9/100/15
  • HT8/80/15 

Mild Steel

Attributes Choose from:
  • Tensile strength range: 600-800 N/mm
  • Greater flexibility than high tensile fencing 
  • Doesn’t need to be as tightly strained 
  • Good choice if you need a lot of turns or curves in your fencing 
  • Best suited for fencing that is supported by hedges
  • Knotted hinged joint
  • Galvanised to BSEN10244 standards
  • C8/80/15
  • L8/80/15
  • L8/90/15
  • L9/120/15
  • L20/145/15
  • L15/120/15
  • L23/200/15


How do I cut wire mesh?
With wire cutting pliers or bolt cutters to ensure a smooth cut.

What can I cover the edges with?
Sharp edges should be folded up and under the bottom edge of a mesh fence, allowing grass to grow up from beneath. Alternatively, you can cover the bottom edge with timber boards.

When installing agricultural fencing, how far apart should the posts be positioned?
In most cases, 2-3 metres apart.