About Us


LE Fence Company has specialized in game and ranch fencing since 1996. We have experienced almost every type of terrain and condition imaginable and exceed in making what seems like a challenging situation a success. We take pride in the quality and efficiency of our work and provide nothing but the best products and materials for our customers. Other services provided include dozer services, hunting and wildlife habitat management, pond and tank construction, and general contracting.


LE Fence has the most talented and experienced employees in this unique industry.


LE Fence guarantees, in writing, that our corners will not pull for 5 years barring and act of man or God. This warranty is standard on all new fence construction when new steel pipe is installed.



The wire we typically propose is the Stay-Tuff brand wire. There are other similar wires available that are less expensive but we typically install Stay-Tuff for the following reasons:

Other manufacturers’ wire can be provided if preferred by the customer.


LE Fence provides all 2-7/8" OD pipe for line posts and braces. We offer both galvanized and raw pipe. As well as galvanized and green T-Posts. New 2-3/8" OD pipe and used oil field pipe can be offered as a cost savings option if requested by the customer.

Water Gaps

High flow water gaps are constructed as rigid panel swing gates to allow for the flow of water. Construction of the water gaps consists of 2" x 2" square tubing (or larger) and all welded panels. Low flow water gaps are constructed with steel cable and welded wire panel.

Predator/Hog Control

Typical construction of game fence or low net wire fence includes 1 strand of Gaucho barbed wire at the bottom of the fence. This will serve as a deterrent for predators.

Predator control net wire can also be provided at an additional cost for full predator proofing on your game fence.

About Our Post Drivers

LE Fence drives all line and brace posts into the ground until penetration of a solid substrate. This is done using a Fairbrother King Hitter, tractor mounted, hydraulic post driver. This process insures that your fence is built as strongly as possible and will have a longer life cycle than traditionally constructed fences.

When posts are set in concrete they are set a set depth throughout the fence and typically only set 2-3' in depth. Soils of all plasticity and densities will move and erode with temperature and moisture. In order to combat this we drive all posts to the “bedrock” layer of the soil. This layer may be anything from bedrock, caliche, hard clay, granite, etc. and will be at different depths depending on geographic region. Most of our posts will drive 5-6' on average and sometimes deeper or more shallow in solid rock situations. We drive until we see less than 1" of depth change. This ensures that this post has reached or penetrated the solid substrate below the surface. We have driven posts as deep as 32' in some wetland regions. This way when the soil does move or erode the fence posts and braces are essentially unaffected which allows us to guaranty our fence.


Shannon Eoff