Determine the type of fence rolls you desire. Choices that we recommend for making a 7, 7.5, or 8-foot finished deer fence include metal hexagrid fencing, 14 gauge welded wire fencing, and various grades of polypropylene fencing.
Next, determine the perimeter of your deer fence (the number of linear feet in your fence) and add another 10 per cent to make sure you get enough fencing. Then select the specific fence roll(s) you want from the Fence Rolls section of our Product pages and click on the “Add to Cart” button; then calculate the number of rolls needed and enter that number of your chosen roll in the shopping cart.
Deer Fence Posts
Choose the type(s) of deer fence post to use. We offer 9 or 10-foot angle-iron posts, 9 or 10-foot round metal posts without drive sleeves, and round metal posts with drive sleeves for various fence heights. Other choices are trees (the best posts if available) and wooden posts (pressure-treated 4x4s or 5-6-inch rounds).
Regarding post spacing, figure on a maximum of 15 feet between posts supporting metal hexagrid fencing and 20 feet between ones supporting polypropylene fencing. Shorten these distances to 10 feet if snow loading is likely. Then divide the length of your fence by the spacing between posts to determine how many posts you need. If you are using metal posts, locate your chosen type on our post product pages and place the desired number in your cart.