Polymer Fence Material Removes Worries

Posted by AcreageLife on Oct 4, 2018 9:37:48 AM
When you install a fence, you worry. What if the wire stretches? Did I use the correct posts? What if a limb falls on it? Worse, will my livestock—or worse still, my horses—injure themselves on it?


Finishline Fencing removes the worry. It will not lose tension over time and is safe for your livestock: no cut skin; no torn tendons; no broken limbs. Finishline flexes upon harsh impact and returns immediately back to its original tension, making Finishline safe for animals and maintenance free. Finishline’s polymer fence does not rust, rot, or corrode, delivering decades of performance.



Strength with beauty

Finishline Fencing is the original and trusted brand of polymer fencing and has been available and successfully installed for over 30 years in the USA. It is important not to be fooled by cheap imitations as Finishline’s formula is the only patented fencing proven to deliver high quality, longevity, and consistent flex and strength.


Finishline is strong with each strand delivering 1,250 pounds of breaking strength. Finishline’s extruded polymer is protected by vital UV inhibitors which maintain the strength, flexibility, and beauty for decades without the need for retensioning. The fencing withstands high winds, lightening, and temperature ranges from -40ºF to 130ºF. It is available in both white and black.


Unlike heavy and unmanageable wire fences, Finishline Fencing is lightweight and easy to install. It can be used with any type of post. So whether you pick T-posts, wood posts, or vinyl, Finishline Fencing will look beautiful and safely contain your horses and other livestock.


About Finishline Fencing

Ag-liner, Inc. is dedicated to importing and introducing only the highest quality agricultural products from European manufacturers. The company supports its product line with experienced service, rapid delivery, technical support and sales throughout North America.


For more information:

Ag-liner, Inc.

Mars, Penn.

(877) 625-6100









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