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All energisers provide a pulse of energy that originates from their ‘hot’ terminal then travels down the fence line on a charged or ‘hot’ wire. Most users understand this aspect of electric fencing. It’s fairly obvious that the hot wires can’t … Continue reading
I was at a function over the weekend and I was buttonholed by a lady who insisted that she had a horse that was immune to electricity and “laughed” at electric fencing. This was a challenge I could not resist … Continue reading
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The hunt is on to nab a farmer who has erected an illegal electric fence utilising barbed wire and a 220 volt mains supply. Staff patrolling the Thirukkurunkudi forest stumbled upon an electrified fence around the farm of Annadurai, a … 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
We recently took on a part share of a smallholding with a couple of friends who like us fancied a bit of rural life and more importantly it had a flowing stream through pond on the edge of a wood … Continue reading
An interesting problem was encountered when a customer phoned regarding a horse that was habitually destroying a post and rail fence. It turned out this horse was a Shire and a beast at 18.2 hands and weighed a mighty 1000kilo’s … Continue reading
I had a phone call from a very frustrated owner. She had only recently purchased a mare and it was perfect for her – the only problem it could not be fenced in. It would demolish a post and rail … Continue reading
Graziers are so sick of wild dog attacks on their sheep they are turning to electric fencing to keep the predator out. Duncan Ferguson from Barkingdine Downs is trialling a 1.5 kilometre Electric fence to keep feral dogs out of his … Continue reading
The European union is shortly passing legislation that energisers may not exceed 5 Joule output rating. This has been done on safety grounds and that the larger units simply are not required within the EU. A 5 Joule energiser can … Continue reading
The only thing you will need to know is how many watts your particular energiser draws and the price/kilowatt charge from your particular electric utility company. This is assuming that you have a standard mains unit that plugs into a … Continue reading