Other Electric Fence Applications

Alpaca Electric Fence

Alpaca Electric Fence

Posted on 30. May, 2009 by .

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Alpaca too can be contained with this fencing system, even with their heavy, fiberous coats.  Just be certain that your fence is adequately grounded to ensure the highest voltage alert to the animal.

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Goat Electric Fence

Goat Electric Fence

Posted on 27. May, 2009 by .

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It is attractive, extremely easy to install, and very safe for your animals should they attempt to escape. The 50 foot spacing of line posts (yes, honestly – 50’) allows the tightly stretched strands of electrified braid to act like the ropes of a boxing ring, safely absorbing the force and returning the goat to […]

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Movable Electric Fence

Movable Electric Fence

Posted on 27. May, 2009 by .

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The Electrobraid Electric Fencing systems lends itself nicely to temporary or movable applications.  It is so easy to work with the flexible braid because it is soft on the hands, and is easy to coil up or re-wind on a spool, because  it has no memory like that of steel wire. It’s largely about getting […]

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Dog Fence Supplies

Posted on 11. May, 2009 by .

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Keep Curticat Fencing Solutions In Mind When Building A Fence For Your Dog! Electrobraid offers a good alternative to the commonly used invisible fence, but offers the added security of keeping other animals out.  Dogs can’t ignore the warning tone of invisible fences and escape, and your pet won’t be wearing a bulky, unattractive shock […]

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Sheep Electric Fence

Sheep Electric Fence

Posted on 07. May, 2009 by .

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Sheep Need Boundaries Too!  Electrobraid is a perfect electric fencing system for many other livestock animals. When it comes to a sheep electric fence, a 5 line installation is recommended. The spacing and electric polarity of the Electrobraid strands for sheep should follow the configuration below (starting at the bottom of the fence): 1. The […]

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