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Split Rail Fence With Locust Posts And Hardwood Rails Can Last 80 To 90 Years


With a post shear strength of 2480 PSI, Black Locust wood is known for its strength and durability. Locust Split Rail Fence posts are made from the very hard, strong and heavy wood of the Black Locust tree. Locust wood was first used by the early Appalachian settlers. Locust makes an ideal species for fencing that will withstand the test of time for many years to come.


Unlike PVC or board fence, horses often "kick" boards or rails off the posts. Our fence rails interlock into the posts, solving this problem with no nails or screws. Black Locust wood is very heavy, very hard, exceedingly strong and stiff, and has very high shock resistance. Locust is extremely resistant to rot, decay and termites. Available in 2, 3 or 4 rails.


Locust Split Rail Fence has a rustic appearance. Each post and rail is hand cut and slightly different in size and shape. Locust Posts and Hardwood Rails makes this combination ideal for agricultural use or defining boundary lines. Locust Split Rail Fence is also one of, if not the easiest styles of fence to install. No concrete needed.