The panels are typically sold in 16-foot lengths at feed stores and range from 34 inches to 50 inches in height. Technically, only the shorter panels are for containing pigs, while the taller versions are often labeled as sheep or cattle panels. The spaces between the wires are large compared to mesh fencing – usually […] The panels are typically sold in 16-foot lengths at feed stores and range from 34 inches to 50 inches in height. Technically, only the shorter panels are for containing pigs, while the taller versions are often labeled as sheep or cattle panels. The spaces between the wires are large compared to mesh fencing – usually 4 inches by 4 inches or 6 inches by 6 inches. The wider spacing coupled with beefier wires makes hog panels more aesthetically attractive than wire mesh fencing, so it is often used in landscaping projects. Here are three ways to use them to make a trellis. This version is best for lightweight annual vines like peas, beans, nasturtiums or gourds. It’s also a good choice for supporting ‘cane’ fruits, such as blackberries and raspberries. Use it on any exterior wall – house, barn or shed – that you don’t mind drilling a few holes into. Tools and Mat...