Top Quality Horse Fencing in Spokane

horse fencingLocally-owned All Terrain Fence has been providing top-notch horse fencing in the greater Spokane area since 2006. As part of the Spokane area ranching community for generations, we really know the area and the industry. And as a farm and ranch family with over 200 head of cattle and horses of our own, we deal with the same challenges you face and understand better than most the need for quality livestock fencing.

Horse Fencing & Other Services

We’re your one-stop shop for all things related to rural inclusion and exclusion fencing, and with over 20 years’ experience, our reputation for expert installation of farm and ranch fencing, dog fencing and horse fencing has grown. We take pride in building strong yet beautifully designed fences to keep livestock in and wildlife out. We’re also happy to provide expert dog fencing designed to keep your furry family members safe and confined to your property.

Post & Rail Fencing
Gallagher Power Fencing
Deer & Elk Fencing
Vinyl Ranch Rail Fencing
Post & Rail Fencing
Horse Rail Fencing
Wildlife Inclusion / Exclusion Fencing
Fixed Knot (StayTuff / Tree Island)
Expert Dog Fencing

Fencing When and Where It’s Needed

horse fencingRanch fences require specialized knowledge and tools to install properly, and our experienced technicians work to provide our clients with the very best products and services. We use only top-of-the-line equipment to install the highest quality wildlife and horse fencing in Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho, and we also offer superior custom panels, gates & entryways and rock drilling in the greater Spokane area.

Livestock, Wildlife & Horse Fencing Specialists in the Spokane Area

Serving the communities of Spokane, Airway Heights, Medical Lake, Cheney, Opportunity, Veradale, Liberty Lake, Trentwood, Post Falls, Greenacres, Spangle, Chewelah, Davenport, Sandpoint, Hayden, Kellogg, St. Maries, Colfax, Newport, Pullman, Moscow, Ritzville, Rathdrum, Coeur D’Alene, Deer Park, Priest River, Colville, and Kettle Falls