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The economic returns to erecting an efficient exclusion fence can often be difficult to quantify. Invariably it is reliant on an observation based on experiences before and after the erection of a fence. The biggest issue facing western Queensland communities … Continue reading
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19th April 2013 The very cold winter has resulted in a situation that we had not encountered in the past. We found that the hot air emanating from the hot tub was getting trapped in the roof so that the area was … Continue reading
There are reports that a prominent News personality in the United States is being sued by a person who was injured by an electric fence. He was working on the property rewiring a television cable from the street to the … Continue reading
This query was posed by a prospect who was doing his homework prior to making the commitment to investing in an Electric Fencing system. This is the best way to go about it so that you may be absolutely sure … Continue reading
Although this blog pertains mainly to Electric Fencing and Environment issues, I have other pursuits to comment on. I have ridden horses for as long as I can remember and have photo’s of me on a horse in nappies – a very long time … Continue reading
Desertification is the result of poor decisions made by humans and the huge population growth over a long period and is possibly a worse contributor to the release of carbon and methane to the atmosphere. I am posting a talk … Continue reading
I was pleased to receive a call on Saturday from a customer wanting to purchase a replacement poultry net and was going through the process when she asked if the net had the fittings to plug it into a mains … Continue reading
12 volt Electric Fence energisers are very useful and convenient but do come with one major drawback. They require a heavy 12v battery. These have a limited life and have to be recharged regularly – the frequency of which is … Continue reading
The popularity of Electric Fencing has led to an increase in thefts of expensive energisers. By the very nature that a battery driven electric fence energiser is left in remote rural areas invariably on the edge of fields means that … Continue reading
Short grazing periods on multiple paddocks within a pasture can not only restore forage conditions, but also profit margins, according to a Texas AgriLife Research scientist. Dr. Richard Teague, AgriLife Research range ecologist in Vernon, has been studying the benefits … Continue reading