Fencing Made Easier. Farmers are the backbone of America. Who else is willing to work in the scorching heat and bitter cold to put food on our tables? Farmers get up with the sun to take care of the fields and work until late to make sure that everything is taken care of. They face unpredictable weather, insect invasions and water shortages, while constantly monitoring their cattle’s health and well-being. No one who’s been there will deny that farming and ranching are hard work.

But there’s really no other job quite like farming. Once it’s in your blood, you never lose the sense of pride and satisfaction that comes from raising a tiny seed into a bumper crop. The gratification of caring for new calves during cold spring nights and later shipping out a hefty load of steaks and burgers, can’t be measured by numbers.

Almost all farmers value well-kept fences, believing them to be a sign of commitment, pride and dedication. And protecting those steaks while they’re running around on four legs is a priority for anyone who pays their bills by shipping well-grown cattle to market.

Building fence is one of the most time-consuming tasks on a farm or ranch. And as we found out for ourselves back in 2007, there are very few good tools available to make the back-breaking work of fencing easier. So we set to work designing and engineering and within a couple of years, we produced the original Montana Post Driver. Since we wanted to help all farmers everywhere, we did not patent the design. Today there are many post pounders available on the market, re-created after our original design. Some of them excellent, but many are pathetic knock-offs packing little power and lots of frustration. For quality assurance and peace of mind, buy yourself THE ORIGiNAL!

We understand the importance of farmers and ranchers in our world today, and we’re happy to have tools to offer that help get their job done with less effort. Get an original Montana Post Driver, to build fence a little more easily. We broke the sweat, so you don’t have to.