Stock Fencing

Whether you're a farmer or smallholder, here at Farm & Country you'll find stock fencing that's suitable for all your livestock needs.

'From wooden posts, electric fencing and stock wire to tools and fixings, we stock an expansive range of products designed to provide a one-stop shop for contractors and users alike.'


We hold a range of timber posts and strainers both sawn and round options available.

Sawn and machined round rails are available from stock as well as many other products. Be sure to browse our full range.


We hold large amounts of electric fencing in stock from Agrifence & Hotline. With professional products as well as ranges more suited for smaller applications we have the goods to fulfil your needs.


Quality wooden field gates from AJ Charlton all available in store and for delivery. Estate gates and hardwood options are available. We have many metal gate options in stock for use in fields, around the farm or on stable yard. A solution for every application is available.

Everything Covered For Your Stock Fencing Needs

Whether it’s timber, electric, wire or gates for sheep, cattle or horse, we have a solution for every application.

We hold a large range of quality gates and fencing materials in stock.

So if you can’t find what you’re looking for just give us a call on 01420 83254 and we’ll be happy to lend a hand.

Why not pay us a visit today?

Visit Our Alton Showroom

Our brand new 2,500 square foot showroom offers a comprehensive range of stock fencing from leading brands at competitive prices and it includes, among others, the following:

  • Wooden Posts

  • Stock Wire  

  • Tools & Fixings

Our store is based on the outskirts of Alton with great accessibility, directly into the rural hearts of Hampshire, Surrey, Sussex & Berkshire.

Our Promise to You

  • Friendly staff on hand to answer all your questions 

  • We will load your car for you

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