Have your agricultural fencing with wire mesh installed professionally. Find out here about the benefits.
Why does De Sutter Naturally deliberately choose to pressure treat fencing posts only after machining?
If you want your field fencing with wire mesh, then you have a choice of different varieties of wire mesh.
One of the different features of wire mesh is the variety of knot. Find out here about the most important varieties.
Robinia bark and leaves are toxic to animals, and in particular to horses.
You can choose between pressure-treated pine posts and Robinia posts for wire mesh fencing around your field.
Effectively protecting your poultry and chickens from martens is perfectly possible if you pay attention to a few points
Wild wolves have been living in Belgium again since 2018. How do you prevent them from getting into your field?
If you opt for wire mesh fencing, it is best to choose fence posts thicker than 6 centimetres in diameter.
There are more and more foxes, wild boars, martens and even wolves living in the wild. How do you protect your animals?
Many people make the mistake of confusing Robinia timber with Acacia timber. In this blog we point out the difference.
With an anti-theft bolt the field gates constitute a solid primary barrier for keeping unwanted visitors out.
De Sutter Naturally exclusively uses wire mesh from Tornado for putting up agricultural fencing.
Find some tips here for correct maintenance for your field so you can prevent damage to the fence posts.
What maintenance does a wire mesh fence need in order to be sure of a long service life? Find our tips here.
Are the terms ‘durability class’ and ‘quality class’ often juggled around in the world of timber?