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Elk Herd Encounters High Country Ag Marketing Fence
Elk herd moving through a 52" tall High-Tensile Electric Bison fence. Their thick, hollow hair prevents a shock and allows them to pass freely through the fence. Note the Solid Rod Fiberglass post's flexibility, and the moderate wire tension - both of which are keys to lower maintenance.
Charolais Bull & Heifer - Livestock Containment Fencing
Bull and heifer separated by a 42" 3-wire Hi-Tensile Permanent Electric Fence.
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Specifications and PDF Downloads
Wildlife - How to fence
Electric Fencing Examples
2-wire permanent electric fence with 48" solid rod post.
2-wire permanent electric fence.
3-post corner pipe brace on 5-wire fence.
Safe equine fence design. 3-wire Hot Cote permanent electric fence.
3-wire permanent Hot Cote electric equine fence with wood horizontal corner brace.
Single-wire poliwire horse pasture fence.
3-wire permanent electric fence with solid rod posts.
Heifer pasture with 3-wire permanent electric fence, solid rod post.
3-wire permanent fence with horizontal wood corner brace.
3-wire permanent electric with solid rod posts.
5-wire permanent electric fence with horizontal wood brace and Stafix solar-powered energizer.
3-wire permanent electric fence in timber.
3-wire permanent electric cattle fence with solid rod post.
5-wire permanent electric fence for bison.
5-wire permanent fence with solid rod posts.
5-wire permanent electric fence for bull control.
6-wire permanent electric sheep fence for predator control.
6-wire permanent sheep fence in rocky terrain.
Temporary 2-wire electric fence using extreme poliwire.
Back Country Fencing using light weight, flexible extreme poliwire
Gallery - Containment
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