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Game Ranch Management
650 CR 468
Elgin, TX 78621
(512) 423-0362

contact@gameranchmanagement.com


Eight Point Ranch
www.eightpointranch.com


FOR FREE JOB EVALUATIONS CALL STEVE!!

Meet your Contractor!!
   "I grew up on a Central Texas dairy farm, until age 20, learning the values of hard work, and the skills for taking care of livestock and machinery.  For the past 25 years, I have been a Dozer Contractor and have been closely related to many aspects of the construction industry.  In 2003, I came to Eight Point Ranch, to help with design and construction of - ponds, lakes, roads, fencing, barns, working pens, water gaps, grass planting, and the floating boat dock".

     "In 2011, Elgin Land Management was formed to offer our knowledge and experience to help with your projects and develop your property into a productive and enjoyable ranch".  

    "With my 25 years experience, I am confident that my knowledge and work ethics will help with any project you may have. I would like the opportunity to meet with you, look at the property, and discuss your project and construction needs".  


     "We welcome you to come out to 
Eight Point Ranch and see our completed projects and facilities".   

Thanks,
Steve Haisler
512-517-0389










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Game Fences

High Fencing or Exotic Game Fence, GRM fence construction is built with state of the art materials. There is is only one way to construct a high fence so its best to do it right the first time. GRM starts with 4" pipe H-brace corner extending to T-post every 20' ft to a 2 3/8' line post every 100' repeating this till we hit the next H-brace. GRM will work with you to build an effective entryway that will define your ranch and is also an integral part of your ranch high fence. We suggest putting a predator wire on the ground that rolls out like a matt and attaches to the bottom of the high fence to keep out predators that might harm your animals. The loss of one animal due to predators will make you wish that you had it installed
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Predator wire runs along the bottom of the fence helping to keep guests in and unwanted visitors out.
These clamps hold the Predator wire firmly to the ground.