Avory, Jerry, Addie, and Jase - Family Business

About Our Family Business

Let’s Take It Back To 1999

Jerry bought the very well-known fence company from Bruce Oehler and continued building the company over the next 11 Years. Avory worked for his father after school and during summers. Following high school graduation, while managing two ranches in the area, Avory continued to work on the fence line alongside his Dad.

Then 2010 Came Around…

Avory and Lee purchased the fence company from his father, and together they created Adams Fence Services, and are now expanding to create Adams Fence & Ranch Services.

“I take pride in a job well done and work very hard to be known as an honest and dependable man. That is what has allowed us to build a reputation that my wife and I are extremely proud of. I strive to be that “go-to” person when someone is in need of something.

We love that our company is Family Owned and Operated. It is not unusual to see all of us on the fence line – from my wife all the way down to my 8 year old son.”


What Makes Us Different?

We believe that customer confidence and trust is the most important aspect in owning and operating a small business, and the key to building trust is being honest and straightforward. We take pride in our workmanship and strive to provide the most courteous and dependable service.

When it comes to fence companies, there are many to choose from – some even charge lower fees. So, why choose Adams Fence & Ranch Services?

Something to keep in mind – like most things in life, you get what you pay for. Lowest price doesn’t always give you the best production and highest quality.

“Skilled Labor Isn’t Cheap – Cheap Labor Isn’t Skilled.”

Our attention to detail assures our customers that their investment in the finished product will be well spent, and that they will have exactly what they envisioned to enjoy for years to come.

Land & ranch projects can be one of the most significant expenses a rancher will have, so choosing the right company is essential. Adams Fence & Ranch Services has the extensive experience and in-house resources to achieve the goals for your project.

Our services are comprehensive and we are capable of managing the entire project from planning to completion. Please take a few minutes to review our services and project pictures. We look forward to visiting with you to see all the ways we can help you with your next project.

“The Bitterness of Poor Quality Remains Long after the Sweetness of Low Price is Forgotten.”

Using only the best materials and the most capable, reliable workers, Adams Fence & Ranch Services will leave you with a finished product that we are proud to put our name on.

What To Expect When Working With Us

We take pride in the fact that we are a different type of fence company – don’t let the name fool you.

Not only do we build fences, but we also offer so many other services. Adams Fence & Ranch Services is not a large company, but can handle any size project whether it be a yard fence, miles and miles of high or low fence, drilling pier holes for a foundation, or even ALL of your land and ranch services.

We are at our job sites each day and believe in the saying, “The early bird gets the worm,” and strive to deliver a finished project that is consistent with our reputation.

The Process

Phase 1

The Call

Call to discuss your project with the owner of company, Avory Adams

Meet with Avory at your project site to discuss your ideas and needs

Receive honest pricing and information regarding your project

Let’s get started!

Phase 2

The Work

Billing and draw schedules are simple and flexible

Receive daily or weekly updates on your project – Just let us know how much or how little involvement you would like with your project

Call us anytime to discuss questions or concerns

Phase 3

The Maintenance

Keep in contact with us – We are local and we will probably see you around town or driving down the road!

Let us know how everything is. Some projects require maintenance – Let us know if we can help

“Maintaining fences will always be less expensive than paying to rebuild neglected fences.”