Progressing to Guardrail

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The new year brings new thought, hope for a better future and encouragement to put the “old ways” behind you.  Not to be too cheeky here but we hope you put all other fence products behind you and that you find yourself Progressing to Guardrail in 2017. Progressing to Guardrail    Board fence, sucker rod and oil field pipe are the … Read More

Benefits of Guardrail Fencing

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Benefits of Guardrail Fencing for cattle fencing

Benefits of Guardrail Fencing Durability Cost-Effective Low Maintenance A Guardrail Fencing System is the preferred choice for a lifetime installation. LONGEVITY Owners who choose to install Guardrail Corral Guardrail do not expect to replace their product again. Heavily Galvanized and/or Galvannealed coatings provide guardrail fence owners with long years of reliable service. Once the basic installation is completed, owners enjoy a reduction … Read More

Win-Win Year End Profit – Top 10

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Std Rail Steel Post Weld

Wisdom gleaned from my dad’s 50+ years as a small business owner: Bill’s Win-Win Year End Profit Top 10 list… My father, Bill Calton, was a fan of good, honest profit – AND of making the profit work for you. A very generous man, Bill also preached against allowing the government snatch away profit in order to hand it to someone who hadn’t worked for … Read More

Three Hundred Fifty Thousand Feet of Highway Guardrail Used for Cattle Fence

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Hundreds of thousands of feet of highway guardrail is making its way to the farm - ready for shipment today

We move truckload after truckload of used highway guardrail every year. Recently, things on the used guardrail side have been no different, except for the wave of un-installed guardrail that’s hitting. This year, we have truckload after truckload coming from several angles. This is our strongest ever of years when it comes to contracting to move new material coming off … Read More

Highway Guardrail Uses Ribbon Strength

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Looking down the length of a used and new highway guardrail overlap where the strength of the ribbon is displayed

New Livestock Steel Panel displaying the amazing power of ribbon strength. Why farms, ranches, feedlots all over the Dakotas, Carolinas, Nebraska, Texas and the Midwest, Southwest and West USA put guardrail’s ribbon strength to work every day. Trusted by growers, ranchers, and beef cattle raisers from coast to coast.

Epic Bull Battle – Dominance and Territory – Highway Guardrail Panel

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What would it look like if the battle for the best used guardrail price were to be played out over the best used guardrail itself, acted out by two beautiful bull elk?

        It’s been said, “Nothing worth having comes without some kind of fight.” – Bruce Cockburn These beautiful animals are bringing the heat over the highway guardrail, used as their ‘natural’ boundary. It’s a tough sale — pushing another stout male out of the prized territory. But every year, the challenges begin again, in earnest. Young males, … Read More

Post Types Used To Mount Guardrail On

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What types of posts have previous Guardrail buyers used to mount their guardrail? I have been Receiving many questions about what kind of post should I use with used guardrail, so I decided I would blog about all the options we offer or have seen. a) Some guardrail buyers report that using a strong enough post or pole is a major consideration … Read More

Control Driveway Wash with Easily Installed, Cheap Waterbreaks

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Keeping driveway run-off water from hacking deep ruts into your driveway can be a challenge. Property owners with even a slight change of elevation on their roads know that once the water begins to cut a path in the wrong place, “its all downhill from there”… At least, until now: Many home owners have discovered a very quick, affordable intervention … Read More