Aluminum Barbed wire fence Cactus fence Chain link fencing, sometimes called "wire netting" Concrete fence, easy to install and highly durable Chicken wire, light wire mesh for keeping predators out and chickens or other small livestock in Dry-stone wall or rock fence, often agricultural Electric fence Ha-ha (or sunken fence) Hedgerows of intertwined, living shrubs (constructed by hedge laying) High tensile smooth wire Hurdle fencing, made from moveable sections Live fencing is the use of live woody species for fences. Palisade Pest-exclusion fence Pet fence Underground Fence for pet containment Picket fences, generally a waist-high, painted, partially decorative fence Privacy Fence Commonly Cedar pickets; usually six-feet tall Pool fence Post-and-rail fencing Roundpole fences, similar to post and rail fencing but more closely spaced rails, typical of Scandinavia and other areas rich in raw timber. Slate fencing in Mid-WalesSlate fence, a type of palisade made of vertical slabs of slate wired together. Commonly used in parts of Wales. Snow fence Spear-top fence Split-rail fences made of timber, often laid in a zig-zag pattern, particularly in newly-settled parts of the United States and Canada Stake-and-wire fencing Turf mounds in semiarid grasslands such as the western United States or Russian steppes` Temporary fencing Vinyl fencing Wattle fencing, of split branches woven between stakes, or of moveable wattle hurdles. Wood-panel fencing Woven wire fencing, many designs, from fine Chicken wire to heavy mesh "sheep fence" or "ring fence" Wrought iron fencing, made from tube steel, also known as ornamental iron.