I've got a section of fence that is in bad need of replacing. It runs along one boundary of my property on a half mile of road. The old fence is very old, and has been patched and cobbled for sometime and it has felt like our animals are in more on the honor system than anything else. Fortunately, we use a rotational grazing system and the cattle don't have a lot of time to locate the weak spots before moving on to the next paddock. It also happens that in the stretch of this fence, my property shares a boundary with a family with whom I've had some difficulties and it seems that when cattle are grazed adjacent to this area, it can be counted on that I'll have problems; animals limping, a couple suddenly missing tails, animals ran through the fence, animals excessive excitable as if being chase, etc. I have dropped nearly ten aces out of the rotation because of this and the problem seems to have gone away. But the need for fencing hasn't. The old fence was woven wire with barbed wire on top. I am thinking this is what I should replace the old fence with, though high tensile has also been suggested. I don't have much experience with high tensile, except to say the neighbor who is constantly telling me to use it, always has cattle out. So, with that being said, my questions are what brand of woven wire is the best? Our local feed store sells a "high tensile" woven wire and it supposedly comes in a double roll. I'm assuming this means the roll is twice the length of a normal roll.? It looks flimsy. My grandpa swore by red brand, but I'm wondering if it is as good as it once was? I am hoping, at my age, this will be the last fence I ever need to build. Any thoughts or suggestions on brands or other options would be appreciated.