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Whether you own pigs, cows, horses or zebras, In-Line Fence has the solutions that not only look great but also protect your four-legged friends.

Farmers and zookeepers have enough on their hands to also have to worry about keeping their animals in their paddocks. When it comes to the best customer service in the fence business, with the products to back it up, In-Line Fence always excels.

Preparing for your Animals’ New Enclosure

The first step to installing a new fence always starts with a no-obligation tour of your site, when owner John Kardux talks about what’s possible and listens to your concerns and needs. (As well as the concerns and needs of your animals.) A detailed quote outlining the plan is prepared. We will take into consideration everything you and your animals need: paddock size, post material, fence material, fence hardware, fence height, location, gates, colours and much more.

Installation of Your Creature Comforts

In-Line’s project and installation teams then get to work. We will promptly deliver materials, remove old fences and install your new fence often at a speed that surprises our first-time customers. This is possible because of our vast experience in these types of projects, our highly trained installation crew and the superior equipment that makes complex fence installation tasks easier than ever.

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Animal Paddocks Are an In-Line Fence Specialty

In-Line has spent years working with property owners to ensure that the animals in their care are priority #1. Your animals are vulnerable to unexpected escapes and threats from wildlife predators. High-quality farm fencing can keep your animals safe from harm (inside the paddock) and keep unwanted visitors out.

Learn more about farm fence installation and options at our dedicated Farm Fence webpage, then request a custom quote that includes all of the options you need to ensure the safety and security of your animals, whether you are enclosing your farm paddocks or your personal menagerie.