In order to keep your horses safe, you need to have good fencing in place. They don’t understand that they can’t go into certain areas or they could get hurt. It is your job to keep them safe by creating barriers. Good horse fencing will stop a curious horse whiles but does not pose an additional risk to the horse. Considering your options can help you to make the right choice.
Cross-Fencing or Perimeter
First, you need to decide if you want cross-fencing or perimeter fencing. Cross fencing can usually be moved so you can change it as needed. This can be convenient should you wish to rotate the areas where your horses graze. Perimeter fencing is fixed and goes around the outside of the area where you will keep your horses to create a contained space for them to be in.