1 Roll 40"X165' White Poultry/Sheep Net + Ground Rod
Premier Electric Fence Netting, Ideal for Goats, Sheep and Poultry. White in color.
40" x 165', Includes 3 ft t-handle ground rod
Measures 40” tall and 164’ long. Effectively contains poultry, goats, large dogs, and llamas while protecting them from predators. 12 horizontal strands with 15 line posts, 19 corner/anchor stakes, 2 tie-down cords, and repair kit included.
A low-impedance energizer is required to electrify the netting. A minimum of 0.25 joules-per-net is required.
A very convenient all-purpose, portable electric fencing that is quick and easy to set up. Ideal for keeping sheep goats and all kinds of poultry safely protected. Delivers a harmless yet effective shop.
Great for keeping in all types of animals from rabbits to dogs, or is also a perfect barrier for protecting gardens, flower beds, newly planted areas, etc. from dogs, cats, raccoons or other unwanted pests. The horizontal strands contain durable, stainless steel wire for reliable conductivity woven with polyethylene for strength and durability. The vertical and bottom strands are without wire to prevent the fence from shorting out. The cross-joints are secured by a non-slip, molded plastic button for strength. Convenient snap clips group the conductors together at each end of the net to join additional nets or attach the fence charger.
This Net has 3 inch vertical strand spacing apart and graduates 12 horizontal strands up from 2.5 inches to 4.48 inches apart so goats wont get heads into them.
- 15 line posts
- 4 corner stakes & tie down cord
- 13 net anchors
- repair kit
Electric netting combines traits of net-wire and electric fencing, providing a formidable mental and physical barrier in a portable format suitable for temporary or semi-permanent fencing of pastures. It is constructed of polywires and plastic twines.
Netting is lightweight and easy to install. Compared to other temporary fences, electric netting provides greater protection from predators. However, with electric netting, there is some risk of animal entanglement, especially young lambs and animals with horns.