Netting is 164 per roll. Vertical plastic struts reduce fence sagging between fence posts. Multiple rolls of netting may be connected together. Works well in containing sheep, goats and guard dogs, while repelling coyotes, stray dogs and bears.
Recommend using additional support posts at ends and corners, such as Premiers 42 FiberTuff posts (Item 208054) found on Amazon. We prefer using support posts versus guy-lines at the fence corners, as they do not require removal when mowing and trimming around the fence. Important to perform routine vegetation maintenance to minimize grass/weed load on the fence and reduce energy drain.
Very easy to setup and move. Takes approximately 10 minutes to setup a roll of netting.
FENCE MUST BE PROPERLY ENERGIZED TO BE EFFECTIVE. Energizer is not included. Recommend approximately .25 joule of energizer per roll of fence. Use only low or wide impedance intermittent pulse energizers. Warning! Do NOT use continuous current energizers with electric netting. For optimum results, we recommend using a Premier Solar or AC/DC energizer that fits your specific needs.
MANAGE YOUR STOCK AND PROTECT YOUR CROPS: One of our most popular products, Gallagher Poly Wire consists of 6 inter-woven stainless-steel strands, delivering lower resistance and reliable conductivity up to 1312 ft (400m). For longer distances Gallagher recommends using Turbo Wire.
USE ANYWHERE: Lightweight and easy to install, repair, cut, splice and rewind. Gallagher Poly Wire is UV resistant and won’t become brittle over time. It can be re-used again and again, and will last out on the farm through years of continuous use.
RUST RESISTANT: Gallagher Poly Wire is made from premium stainless steel so that it resists rust. Delivers more reliable performance over time than aluminium wire which can develop an oxidative coating, reducing its effectiveness.
USE WITH ELECTRIC FENCING REELS: Add to Gallagher or other branded reels to easily wind your fence in and out.
BONUS ROLL: Gallagher Poly Wire Combo Pack comes with a 1312 Ft (400m) roll PLUS a bonus additional 328 FT (100m) roll making it a very cost effective solution for all your electric fencing needs.
Typically, there are two main choices for steel fences for goats. You can go with a welded wire fence or a woven wire fence.
Welded wire can sometimes be cheaper, however, if the welds fail, the fence starts falling apart.
With woven wire, you may spend more but you don’t have to worry about it falling apart.
That is why I choose woven wire fence over welded wire fence. And Red Brand is one of my favorites.
This woven wire fence is 4 feet tall, 100 feet long, and made up of 12.5 gauge wire. It’s tough.
You will want to attach it to either wooden fence posts or t-posts like the ones I’ve listed above.
If you use t-posts, make sure you get the clips like I’ve listed above as well. Those will make the job of attaching it to the fence much easier.
And if you use t-posts, make sure you have a good t-post driver like the one I’ve listed above. Hammering t-posts in without one is a lot harder.
This is our choice for best woven wire goat fence.
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