Recently HCB was required to manage the vegetation on this transpiration area for a commercial property in the Mt Thorley area. Brush cutting, cut stump control of large castor oil plants and mulching of large material was required.
This feature fence was constructed using pre-coloured concrete post and rail system in the Seaham area. The timber grain pattern creates a realistic timber look. Concrete has the advantage of longevity – no rot, no termites!
This hardwood, split post fence was recently completed after flooding in the Lower Hunter. It is one of many combinations of wire types, spacings, steel posts and droppers that can be constructed to suit different budgets and livestock enterprises.
Spraying of Lantana was carried out on this well timbered, sloping bush block in the Singleton area. The Quik Spray unit, with extended hose and automatic rewind makes accessing these areas possible, saving time and damage to vehicles.
HCB installed this cattle grid and post and rail fence for a property in the Carrowbrook area. An important factor when installing cattle grids is to consider what potential loads will be travelling over the grid and to purchase a grid which is rated to withstand those potential loads. The 3m hardwood rails used in […]
HCB completed a 1080 ground baiting program for NPWS in the Wollemi area. All bait stations were recorded using GPS and monitored/reset over a four week period. HCB employees are fully accredited to use 1080 and Canid pest ejectors.
The team at HCB have been working hard to create this stunning new fence for clients in Singleton and would like to thank them for the wonderful opportunity it has presented to our business. The fence is a “step back in time”, using split hardwood rails. It was a big job, even with our modern […]
Minor repairs were needed on this existing stock shelter to make it functional again. With the original posts in good condition, some new timber in the roof and new shade cloth was all that was needed to provide a useful source of shade for cattle.
HCB Rural and Land Management has just completed a split post and rail fence for clients on Thomas Lane, Singleton. The fence comprises of 3 hardwood sawn rails, galvanized coach bolts and ironbark split posts and strainers. The posts were all 8 foot long and sunk to a depth of 3 foot to support the […]