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At All Around Fence in Springfield, MO, we aim to exceed your expectations, and we know that your farm, ranch, residential, commercial, or agricultural fencing project is only as good as the materials from which your fence is made. That’s why we work with trusted suppliers to ensure that we always provide the best materials for every job, every time, whether we’re building chain link security fences for industrial sites or installing a wooden privacy fence in your home’s back yard.

Chain Link Fencing


Perfect for numerous outdoor applications, chain link fence can stand extremes of both temperature and humidity. It’s sometimes known as hurricane or cyclone fence because its durable design allows wind to blow through it without uprooting the fence or pushing it over. Chain link is one of our most popular commercial fencing materials, and it’s known for its durability and long life. Available in either galvanized or vinyl-coated finish, it’s also one of the most affordable and cost-effective options around.

Steel Pipe Fencing


Durable, strong, and long-lasting, steel pipe is a popular option for ranch and farm fencing. Made from sturdy steel pipes, this fencing can secure livestock, and there’s no need to worry about the animals damaging the fence—or the fence damaging the animals. Many farmers and ranchers opt for durable, reliable steel pipe fencing for just this reason, and we offer steel fence pipe in a range of sizes from 2 3/8” to 6 5/8” outside diameter, with other options including 2 7/8”, 3 1/2”, and 4 1/2”.

Barbed Wire


An inexpensive option, barbed wire is a popular and longstanding choice for farm and agricultural fencing, especially in pasture areas and grazing land. Because it is quick and easy to install and maintain, barbed wire has been used by farmers and ranchers for decades and remains a popular option for containing horses, cattle, and even smaller animals. A barbed-wire fence can be combined with woven wire to help prevent animals from digging underneath.

Metal Fencing


Often seen on holding pens, corrals, horse-riding areas, and other farm and ranch applications, metal fencing is a popular choice. It’s secure, attractive, and largely maintenance-free. Metal fencing usually lasts longer than wood, it requires less work to keep up, and it won’t obstruct the view. At All Around Fence, we typically construct our metal fences from 3 1/2” or 4 1/2” posts driven 5 feet into the ground, using rails that are either 1 7/8” or 2 3/8”.  We use custom-cut gates to match the style of the fence and the needs of each customer.

Hot Wire Fencing


You may know it as electric smooth wire fencing. Our hot wire fencing options are among the quickest and easiest barriers to erect to contain grazing cattle, and they work for many other farm fencing applications. A popular alternative to barbed-wire fencing, which can be harmful to livestock, hot wire fencing contains livestock without doing any damage. Many farmers and ranchers prefer its less imposing look over barbed wire.

Smooth or Barbless Fencing


As its name implies, smooth wire fencing resembles barbed wire without the barbs. With twisted, double-strand galvanized wire, it has more strength and durability than single-strand wire and can be used in situations where barbed wire is either inappropriate or may be prohibited. It’s easy to install, and the double-strand construction means that it can stand up to most routine punishment, even when its corralling horses or cattle.

Whatever your residential, farm, or commercial fencing needs, we have the materials and the know-how to get the job done in a timely and professional manner. All Around Fence is a family-owned and operated company, serving the Ozarks region of southwest Missouri from our convenient location in Springfield. Whether you need barbed wire or steel pipe, chain link or hot wire fencing, we’ve got you covered. Contact us for a FREE estimate today!

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