Burgh Fencing is based at Midlem, Selkirkshire in the Scottish Borders and is owned and run by James Cheyne.
When James left school at 16 he started working on the farm and really enjoyed fencing work. Little did he think that one day a fencing contract business would become his passion in life. James says “anyone can do a bad job, but not everybody can do a good job – you are only as good as your last job. I tell all my men to erect fencing to 100% standard.”
Burgh Fencing works within a 50 mile radius of base and because of a greatly increased workload partly due to other contractors retiring, James has had to put two other squads on, which meant he had to mechanise still further. He started with a very limited budget and a smithy-made tractor-mounted post driver which suited his pocket, and then upgraded to a tracked machine which was based on a used tracked dumper. James had heard a nearby friend and contractor, John Skeldon, sing the praises of the Bryce HD180 so he went down to see Andrew Bryce where he was very favourably impressed with the exclusive features and outstanding build quality of the Bryce 180PRO.
“We do a lot of work for Scottish Woodland and the Forestry Commission and therefore had to have the best machine available to cater for a heavy workload, a lot of which is high out, often steep and very hard. These days you read a lot on social media, and with what I have heard, the all-new Bryce 180PRO has been the right choice.
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