Rough peeled cundy stobs are an increasingly popular alternative to the traditional machine round stobs. Ours are pressure treated for increased lifespan and feature four way points for ease of driving either manually or with a postdriver. The smallest stock size is 3″/4″ and is popular in general stockfencing. We also have 4″/4½” which are a heavier option more suitable for cattle fencing. Lengths in stock are 5’6″, 6ft, 7ft and 9ft with the longer ones being suitable for deer and pheasant projects.
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