Hodge brings lo­cal ex­per­tise

The Oban Times - - Feature -

WITH the in­creas­ing de­mands and dif­fi­cul­ties farm­ers face in mind, Hodge Fenc­ing has just in­tro­duced a new prod­uct range – cre­osoted Baltic pine strain­ing posts and stobs.

The rough round shape – be­cause it pro­tects the heart­wood with a thick layer of cre­osote-soaked outer wood – should last the long­est of all the pos­si­ble shapes of stob.

This is in ad­di­tion to the firm’s larch and pine treated square stobs, larch and spruce treated rough round, and ma­chined round.

Hodge has a wide range of rails and tim­bers as well as two kinds of wire, with the most pop­u­lar and long­est last­ing 2 Life Es­tate net­ting in all sorts of sizes.

The com­pany also has a stock of cat­tle and sheep hur­dles and feed rings and troughs. And it can or­der any­thing from the IAE range for cus­tomers at dis­count.

Hodge Fenc­ing chooses ev­ery prod­uct it stocks with lo­cal con­di­tions in mind.

Hodge Fenc­ing’s new prod­uct range – cre­osoted Baltic pine strain­ing posts and stobs. The rough round shape – be­cause it pro­tects the heart­wood with a thick layer of cre­osote-soaked outer wood – should last the long­est of all the pos­si­ble shapes of stob.

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