Definition of wing fence in English:

wing fence

noun

Australian, NZ
  • A fence erected to guide livestock into a yard.

    ‘two or three of the imprisoned beasts rush out, only to be penned against the wing fence’
    • ‘He faltered in his stride, and then he was flying down the wing fence towards the stockyard.’
    • ‘We had seventy-five buffalo that we had driven into the natural corral using the wing fence.’
    • ‘The trap might consist of nothing more than a large wing fence angling out from a rabbit-proof boundary fence.’
    • ‘Spare metal gates form the other side of the race and are connected to a temporary wing fence.’
    • ‘With any luck, the wing fence would divert the cattle from the thicket and onto our pasture.’