It may look like the kind of fencing you’d find on a farm, and that’s probably where it gets its name. But Wild Hog Railing is manufactured to the company’s specs for use as deck railing or residential fencing, not livestock control.

The 6-gauge wire is zinc and epoxy coated, then powder coated in black or silver. Rail sections come in three sizes—3 feet by 6 feet, 3 feet by 8 feet, and 6 feet by 5 feet—and have 4-inch-square mesh openings (measured on-center; a 4-inch sphere can’t pass through). The infill can be paired with a variety of wood or metal posts and top and bottom designs.

Retail sales are limited to a number of dealers in northern California (they’re listed on the company’s website). If you live beyond this service area, you may contact one of the dealers directly and arrange for shipping, Wild Hog says.

Made in the U.S., 3x6 panels sell for $49 each and 3x8 panels for $68 each, in either silver or black. The 6x5 panels for stairs or fences sell for $79 per section.

Wild Hog Railing, 800.221.7671, wildhograiling.com

Scott Gibson is a writer in East Waterboro, Maine.