Hill Country Fencing

Hill Country Fencing will do absolutely everything for you. They are the no-fuss fencers who will bulldoze the fence line for you, lay the fencing gear, construct the fence, and clean up, leaving you with a well fenced farm, lifestyle block or backyard.

They are specialists in hill country fencing, hence the name, and will often do the jobs that no other fencers want.

Haydon Walton is a skilled dozer driver who does every kind of fencing work.

He started fencing at 19 in the Manawatu before coming to Gisborne to fence Mel Storey's Angus Stud Farm. From that job he got more work and went neighbour to neighbour and the business grew from there to the staff of six Hill Country Fencing has today.

Word of mouth has always been the best advertising, but if you read this and need a fence, give them a call today.

Hill Country Fencing
021 223 4411
haydon@waltoncontracting.co.nz

Hill Country Fencing will do absolutely everything for you. They are the no-fuss fencers who will bulldoze the fence line for you, lay the fencing gear, construct the fence, and clean up, leaving you with a well fenced farm, lifestyle block or backyard.

They are specialists in hill country fencing, hence the name, and will often do the jobs that no other fencers want.

Haydon Walton is a skilled dozer driver who does every kind of fencing work.

He started fencing at 19 in the Manawatu before coming to Gisborne to fence Mel Storey's Angus Stud Farm. From that job he got more work and went neighbour to neighbour and the business grew from there to the staff of six Hill Country Fencing has today.

Word of mouth has always been the best advertising, but if you read this and need a fence, give them a call today.

Hill Country Fencing
021 223 4411
haydon@waltoncontracting.co.nz

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