About Ramm Fencing & Stalls
Going on their 21st year of business, Ramm Fencing & Stalls (formerly Ramm Fence) was started by Debbie and Mike Disbrow as the result of their own disappointing and unpleasant experience purchasing a fence system for their horses. Wanting to ensure that other equine enthusiasts would not have to endure similar situations, they launched Ramm Fence, now Ramm Fencing & Stalls, with the objective of truly meeting the horse owner's needs while providing the best customer service, the highest quality products, and thorough follow up. Ramm Fencing & Stalls is staffed by people who own and love horses. As "Your Equine Partner", the entire Disbrow family considers it their personal responsibility to help horse owners learn about all fencing alternatives, stall options, and other considerations.
Plan Your Fence…
In order to help find you the best fencing for your particular situation, it is important to do some planning! For instance, how many mares, geldings, foals, yearlings and stallions will be in the pasture? What are the dimensions of your pasture and how many gates will you need? These are just a few of the considerations you will need to prepare for when planning for your new fence.
Flex Fence ® Horse Fencing
Flexible fence systems combine strength, maximum safety, very low maintenance, a traditional look and easy installation. Our 5.25" Flex-Fence is the best value on the market. Other sizes are also available. Flex-Fence combines strength and beauty and is available in rolls of 330' and 660' in white, black or brown.
Horses are herd animals, and they respect the bit, kick, nip and nudge from the dominant horses in the herd. Electric fence provides that "nip" and teaches horses to respect the barrier. The "bite" that the horse feels is short-lived and doesn't physically harm him, unlike a kick from an actual horse. Electric fence can serve many purposes. It can help prevent wear-and-tear on other fence systems, teach horses to respect the fence line or create a safer environment when two paddocks share a common fence.
Mesh fencing helps keep predators out while keeping your horses contained. If you have children or pets and worry about them getting into pastures, mesh fence may be the right choice for you. While it cannot keep out all predators, our representatives can give you ideas for fencing configurations that will meet your needs. Closely spaced woven designs and good rust protection keep these mesh fences looking great for many years.
Our friendly and knowledgeable staff at Ramm Equine Fence has an earnest desire to help you find the best equine fencing solution for your needs…and pocket book! Call our office today, let us know about your horses, your property requirements and your goals, and we'll help you find the right fencing for you!
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13150 Airport Hwy
Swanton, Ohio 43558
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