Fencing

Both our Snohomish and Monroe locations carry fencing supplies and equipment. This ranges from electric fencing wire, chargers, and components, to feeders and corral panels. View the brands and products we carry below.

Power Wizard

Power Wizard manufactures electric fencing products and accessories, developing systems to operate in poor conditions and using the latest technology. We carry many of their products in stock, and have access to the entire line.

High Tensile System
Standard System Components
Solution System Components
Battery Chargers
Solar Chargers
Plug-In Chargers
Product Registration


Gallagher

Gallagher has been working with electric fences since the 1940's.Their animal managment fencing products can be found at Monroe Co-op. They also provide resources for choosing your materials and calculating the proper amount for your specific fence, as well as data collection options.

Electric Fencing 101
Fencing Power Overview
View Gallagher Products
Energizer Selector
Fence Selector and Calculator
Solar Powered Electric Fencing


Behlen

Behlen Country provides steel farm and ranch products around the world. We carry many Behlen products, and are able to special order any and all of their items available. Stop by the store or give us a call to find what you need!

Feeders
Gates and Corral Panels
Canine
Equine
Tanks


New Zealand

New Zealand Fence Systems supplies agricultural-related fencing, including gates, kennels, deer netting, and electric fencing items. Whatever your project demands, we have all of the New Zealand supplies you need!

Electrical Fencing Products
Fencing Tools
Netting and other garden fencing products

A word on fence types

Wondering which fence type to choose? Here's a look at some pros and cons.


Electric

Typically used for livestock containment, electric fences are easy and cheap to install, even over uneven terrain. This makes them extremely versatile, turning the task of sectioning land into a quick and simple one. They are also friendlier to livestock than barbed wire, which can cut and tear. That being said, they are not child-friendly, and also do little to deter small animals.

Wood

Wood fences built right can have a lot of aesthetic appeal. They also offer privacy, and provide a solid barrier to animals. However, they are costly and time-consuming to install, and are more susceptible to weather damage, insect damage, and mold/fungus growth than a metal fence.

Chain-link

Chain link fences are more weather-resistant than wood and are a good deterrent for small animals, such as dogs. However, the chain-link fence height commonly seen in residential use does little to hold out deer. A wood fence can be built taller without looking like a boundary of an industrial complex, and is easier on the eyes overall.

Chicken-wire

Chicken wire fencing is cheap to install, and good for temporary and/or light-duty applications, such as garden fencing. When using it to keep out small, plant-eating animals like rabbits, extend the fence below ground to prevent them from digging under.