Another option for fencing and commonly used for farming and agricultural use is machine rounded fencing stakes. Planed down to ensure a well-rounded and smooth finish, these fencing stakes are extremely durable and robust, helping to keep small animals in such as chickens and rabbits. They may also be used for nature walks and paths, encouraging people to keep to the path and help guide them in the right direction. Or you may wish to use them as a support frame for newly planted trees and bushes where stability is needed to help them grow straight and upright. The tops of the stakes are chamfered slightly and of course, a large, pointed base for entrance into the ground. Extremely strong and sturdy, these stakes make the perfect agricultural fences, pressure treated using a green tanalith pressure treatment to ensure a long life, resistance to rot and battle the harsh UK weathers.
Available in a vast number of lengths and thicknesses, we’ve provided a wealth of options for our customers allowing you to choose the right stake for the right job and its particular purpose. We stock thicknesses of 50mm, 60mm, 75mm and 100mm which all have slightly different purposes and jobs. The thicker stakes would be more appropriate for large fencing where a strong and durable frame is required to withstand the weather and act as barriers, keeping animals within their field and areas. Then our smaller stakes may be used for pathways and support systems, or you may wish to experiment with them and use them as part of your garden to add different features and elements to your outside home. When sourcing our timber posts, we make sure that they are ethically sourced meeting all environmental policies and guidelines. We pride ourselves on sustainability not just as a company but in sustaining the World around us. Therefore, these stakes are the perfect option when wanting to fence your garden, fields, and outdoor spaces, providing a cheaper alternative to some of our other options.
Just remember that when installing them, please do allow a 1/3 of the posts height as this will be planted into the ground, and therefore reducing the overall height of the fence. Hopefully this has helped in your search for fencing posts and particularly machine rounded stakes and provided you with some more information about them. Make sure to check out our complete range of fence posts and if you have any more questions or queries, don’t hesitate to contact our sales team on 01409231763 and they will be happy to help.