Coyote fencing originated in the Southwest USA on ranches where protection from coyotes was critical. It is very common in Santa Fe and Taos, New Mexico, and is an important element of southwestern landscape architecture. Our coyote fencing is made from small diameter lodgepole pine that grows in the high mountains of Colorado.
Bulk quantities of these unpeeled coyote poles (also called latillas) are priced at $1.00 per lineal foot. (ex. 6' long pole = $6.00) Ask about pricing of small amounts or peeled poles.
Traditionally these fences are 6' high and built in 8 ft long sections. Vertical posts (4"x4"x8') are available for $15 each. Horizontal support rails are also available in either round pole variety or dimensional lumber. Round rails (unpeeled) would be 3" x 8' and dimensional rails would be 2" x 4" x 8', both priced at $10 each. If you need these posts and/or support rails, please let us know how many of each you would need.
Prices are only for materials. No hardware, treatment, or installation included.
Above: Peeled coyote fence with handpeeled aspen poles amd railroad tie posts. Taos, New Mexico.
*Diameter measured at mid-point. Wood price only, not including bolts. Sealing & treatment: see Copper Napthenate recommendations. Sales tax and shipping will be added to above pricing. Note: For Other Posts, Rails or Privacy Screening separately, please see "Timber Products."