Wright Fence Mower, LLC designs and manufactures innovative agricultural equipment that solves unique challenges. We are focused solely on the fence row maintenance niche.
The first Fence Mower was developed in 2004. After extensive testing, design improvements, and demonstrations, we incorporated and applied for patents. The first fence mower was introduced at the Sunbelt Expo in Moultrie, Georgia in October 2005.
Since then the fence mower has gained wide acceptance and the company has grown to where there are fence mowers in 44 states in the United States as well as France, Germany, South America, and Canada.
Our philosophy is to provide our customers with a product having the best design, engineering, and technology. Our products are sold direct from the factory to the customer.
Questions? See our FAQ below or Contact us.
Frequently Asked Questions
What type of fences can I use the Fence Mower on?
The Fence Mower can be used with metal t-posts, pipe posts, or wood posts.
The posts should be in the ground securely because the post is what causes the mower to swing back.
We suggest walking a section of your fence line to test the stability of your posts.
The Fence Mower will not work with small diameter poly posts or rebar type posts.
The bottom wire, board, or pipe should be at least 7 inches from the ground for clearance.
Will the Fence Mower work on thick fescue type grass that has built up under my fence?
This may be asking too much of the mower. As the mower height is limited by the bottom wire or rail, the blade is cutting low to the ground. Fescue type grass has a tendency to wrap around the blade and spindle. The Fence Mower can certainly keep the situation from getting out of control with regular use, but we can't recommend it for clearing the line.
How is the Fence Mower shipped?
We ship anywhere in the continental US. For delivery information, please click here.
Can I add an additional blade to my order?
Yes! If you are ordering the FM30 or FM60, we can include additional blades at no extra shipping charge. Add a blade to your order or contact us if you have already placed your order.
Is the manual available online?
Download the manual by clicking here.