Fencing for llamas and alpacas covering Cheshire and surrounding counties
Suddenstrike has supplied and installed various specifications of agricultural fencing to retain Llamas and Alpacas across Cheshire, in Nantwich, Crewe, Northwich and Chester, as well as surrounding counties in Shropshire and Staffordshire.
Llama and Alpaca fencing, when properly planned for, constructed and maintained, is an effective method of controlling these animals and allowing different land uses to coexist in close proximity. It also helps to protect public safety.
Suddenstrike uses only the highest quality materials available to provide you with a professionally installed quality fence, this is why Suddenstrike uses Tornado Wire and X™ fence® products.
Llama and alpaca fencing
Minimum fence height 1.2m high
All of our fences are installed by our expert teams using the latest methods and equipment available. To match the quality of our workmanship, all materials are of the highest quality and include brands such as X™ Fence®, Tornado, Gripple and Hotline.
All timber is from sustainable managed woodlands and is available pressure treated giving a longer lifespan, 30 year and creosote coatings are also available.
Other products available from Suddenstrike Fencing for llamas and alpacas include:
Specially designed gates, field gates and public access gates, constructed to prevent llamas or alpacas from escaping.
Constructed using steel and available in a range of sizes, cattle grids make an excellent alternative where installing a gate may not be a practical solution. For more details on our range of grids please click here.
Water troughs and piping
We now stock and install a variety of water troughs and cattle feeders including the installation of water pipes. Read more about our large variety of troughs & feeders.
For more details on how we can assist you with your fencing requirements, please call us on 01270 619147 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information about the materials we use including the different timber treatments available, along with the different grades of wire we can install, please visit our Posts, stock netting and wire explained section.