Agriculture

Whether you’re installing livestock stables, fencing, trellis systems, or crop flumes, you need a material you can trust. Tangent’s recycled plastic lumber will outlast extreme environments, provide long-term sustainability, and keep costs down with low maintenance requirements. It’s the perfect solution to increase your efficiency and decrease your workload.

Applications

Trellis Configurations

Trellis Configurations

Vineyard systems use stakes and posts and need a solution that can provide durability and longevity. Using a construction material that can stand up to harsh winds, extreme temperatures and insects will keep your trellis systems standing for many generations. Replacing traditional wood with recycled plastic fence posts by Tangent can save you time and money in the long run.

Animal Containment

Animal Containment

Protecting animals from outside predators and the environment is crucial to a successful fencing system. Wood and other alternatives have been used for hundreds of years. However, over time, wood and other materials will break down and need to be replaced. With traditional wood, splinters can also get caught in an animal’s digestive system, causing health problems and a very expensive medical bill. Structural recycled plastic lumber doesn’t rot, splinter, or break and doesn’t harbor bacteria like wood. Our plastic fences and fence posts are perfect for use in animal fencing systems.

Manure Spreaders

Manure Spreaders

Keep your crops and fields fertilized by recycling manure back into the soil. These machines see heavy usage and can break down over time due to the high-moisture, mold, and rot. Instead, plastic lumber cleans off easily, won’t mold or rot and will extend the life of your manure spreader.

Potato Flumes

Potato Flumes

Potato flume boards are used to store potatoes and are in very humid environments. Traditional wood breaks down due to rot and mold. Using plastic lumber instead of traditional wood will ensure contaminants like mold, splinters, and chemicals are kept out of your crops.