Electric Fence Netting is a simple, flexible and cost effective solution for temporary fencing. It can be used to keep in poultry, goats, alpacas, rabbits, swine, dogs and more. It also keeps out deer, bears, coyotes, bobcats and other predators and nuisance wildlife. It can also be used as a boundary for rotational grazing or to contain gardens, windbreaks and fruit trees. This unique electric netting is quick and easy to install. Its flexibility and adaptability to dips and curves in the ground makes it ideal for grazing pastures, windbreaks, orchards and vineyards. It can even be used as a low-cost barrier around beehives and other wildlife habitats. Electrified netting is powered by a battery or mains-powered energiser with a minimum of.25 joule output. Find out https://fencefast.ca/collections/electric-fence-netting
The key to an electric fence is proper grounding. The positive or hot wire (fence) conductor must be connected to the fence energizer’s negative ground rod, which in turn is connected to the net’s bottom line via a series of stainless steel double-spike step-in posts. Without this grounding, electrons leak off the wires through grass contact and soil resistance, reducing the overall fence voltage.
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The shock delivered by an electric fence is not as strong as that of a traditional metal cattle panel, but it is still enough to stop or seriously injure any animal that gets into it. Ideally, the netting should be set up alongside a secure permanent fence and introduced to animals gradually. This way, if they do get into the netting they can be run down and freed before any serious injuries can occur.