Im looking to fence my property in and I’m on a tight budget. I’m looking for opinions on a few different fencing options. I’m looking into using welded wire, Redbrand Kennel fence, or no climb horse fence. These are the options in my budget, horse fence being barely. The big considerations is it will run along a hilly environment and I need smaller holes so I don’t want to use field fence. Welded wire seems the most attractive because it would be the cheapest, but a lot of other posts have made me nervous about it because it allegedly has a horrible lifespan. I’m also wondering if due to its rigidity, it would be hard to use with hills. Is welded wire really that horrible? The Redbrand kennel fence looks awesome, the holes are 2”x2” and it’s woven knotted so I assume would take longer to rust. The problem with this is it looks like it’s only orderable and I don’t see it available at any local dealers. I really don’t want to have 800 pounds of fencing shipped to my house and on top of that, I don’t know the exact amount I need. Horse fence has smaller holes but it looks so much more expensive then the other two. Tractor supply has it for $250 bucks for a 100 foot roll. Welded wire is 119 dollars for 100 foot and the Redbrand kennel is 150 dollars for 100 feet. I’m looking at all 72” heights.