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There is nothing more of a hassle, than testing your fence the morning after a lightning storm and finding your energiser burnt to a frazzle. Trying to outsmart Mother Nature can be almost impossible, but there are a few tricks. You cannot guarantee absolute lightning protection, but you can install...Read more >
A Hamilton man has taken Kiwi ingenuity to a whole new level after using his neighbour's 8000 volt electric fence to jump-start his heart. John Griffin suffers from atrial fibrillation [AF] - an irregular heartbeat which, if left untreated, could lead to a stroke. One of the treatments for the...Read more >
20mm or 40mm tapes have become synonymous with electric fencing for horses. The general perception maintains that horses are incapable of seeing the fences despite there being solid scientific analysis that horses will see better than humans, if you are able to see it - horses most certainly be able...Read more >
We have been receiving calls from customers that foxes have begun to simply jump over the 1m tall chicken netting. As there are many trials and reports of the netting being highly effective we were concerned but waiting for some sort of confirmation. This finally came to a head when...Read more >
The *NEW* Turbomax Sheep Net. Some of the hassles that large scale sheep producers have encountered with sheep netting are primarily caused by two problems. The first is around the rigidity of the net. Netting is very easy to erect but can be a bit floppy and Plain twine detail showing soft twine between...Read more >