Growing up on a ranch in Polson, farm fencing has become a way of life. This is what got us started out and is still a major part of our fencing business today.
In Montana, there can be a thin line between farm fence and residential fence. We offer fencing that can accommodate anyones needs.
In an area full of small businesses, partnerships can be very important. We enjoy working with local businesses for all your fencing needs.
We also offer services for someone who may need just a little "help"
We also offer a variet of excavation services to meet our customers needs.
No-till seeding is a great way to resore growth in your pasture or field.
choose between 6 foot or 8 foot tall fence
Fences designed to be aesthetically pleasing and keep your pets (or kids) safe in the yard
We specialize in cedar privacy fence installation. Also offering vinyl fence options as well
We can install security fencing for you either with or without privacy slats
Need to keep traffic out of your lot after hours?
Install concrete bollards for protection from careless drivers
Have the abilitly but not the equipment? We can come put the posts in for you, so you can do the rest!
We offer fence repairs on all types of fencing. Including emergency immediate repair.
If your working on a budget but need to start somewhere, we offer competitive hourly rates.
Using a no-till seeder preserves the soil moisture and minimizes any erosion. We have a new no till seeder which is coupled with a GPS driven tractor which works great.
We always recommend having a soil sample taken and analyzed to determine if any fertilizer is needed in advance of seeding. The fertilizer, if needed, could be applied in March or early April, and then the field would need to be sprayed with Round-Up immediately before seeding. We will work with you as to what your desires are for the type of pasture you are looking for and help you identify a seeding mix/rate to accomplish this. You would buy the seed and we would plant. We would typically want to complete this in April or May.
The charge for seeding is typically $25 an acre plus a fee to move the equipment which is based on where the field is. This does not cover the charge of the seed itself, just the equipment.