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3D Post™ Featured on InStyleTV's "I Gotta Have That!" Television Show November 30 2016

WestMedia Productions presents inStyleTV’s Special Edition “I Gotta Have That!” TV Show. This exciting and informative show will include 3D Post™ Posted No Trespassing and No Hunting signs, because regardless of where you live, it’s important to always protect your property. For air dates and times click on read more.


Farmers Hotline January 2015 issue features Ranchmate® January 01 2015

Farmers Hotline Magazine January 2015 issue both print (pages 21-23) and online magazine features Ranchmate. Check it out!

http://www.farmershotline.com/stories/feature-article-ranchmate-wire-fencing-products

 

 

 


Ranchmate™ Workgloves Give the FFA a Helping Hand July 31 2013

Preformed Line Products (PLP) has announced the national launch of its Ranchmate™ FFA-licensed work gloves, the newest addition to the company’s line of innovative wire fencing products and accessories.


American Cattlemen and American Dairymen Features Ranchmate in their July 2013 Magazines July 01 2013

Check out these Ranchmate articles:

Ranchmate is featured on the American Cattlemen magazine cover, with the article on pages 24-28.

http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/21c81363#/21c81363/1

Ranchmate is featured on the American Dairymen magazine cover, with the article on pages 30-34.

http://www.americandairymen.com/node/2011 


PLP Introduces Ranchmate™ March 27 2013

Preformed Line Products (Nasdaq: PLPC) today announced the national launch of Ranchmate™, a line of measurably superior wire fence construction and repair products. The AgSystems Division of Preformed Line Products (PLP) has applied its proprietary technology – originally developed for the utility industry nearly 70 years ago – to its Ranchmate products for use with high tensile smooth and barbed wire fencing. With Ranchmate, now farmers and ranchers can build and mend fences like utility linesman have built and fixed overhead conductor lines for decades.