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The 75m electric fence erected by the staff of Sandringham Estate to protect newly planted seedlings from rabbits and deer was removed on after complaints made by British Hedgehog Preservation Society. The perception is that Hedgehogs are susceptible to electric fences because they can be killed by them. The principal...

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By Paul Savory

Placing a length of Weed Suppressant beneath an electric fence is an excellent way to improve the effectiveness of your nets. One issue with electric chicken nets is the effect of weeds/grass growing up into the net. A small amount will have little effect but as more grows up then...

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By Paul Savory

A frequent query is how does an Electric Fence energiser electrify a fence? Essentially it is a basic transformer that creates a high voltage volt energy stream that may be used safely and effectively achieve what you, the customer, wants it to do. The fence energiser is supplied with power from...

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By agrisellex Admin

An Electric Shock from an Electric Fence - Funny or Not Funny? After years and years of being around electric fences, yes, I have received my fair share of unwanted shocks. And, the term “It’s not funny” has been heard and verbalized in varying strength of language many times. Getting...

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By agrisellex Admin

Many electric fences are powered by a 12 volt battery for many quite viable reasons. They are portable and do not need a power source close by. They may also be connected to a solar panel for permanent energy removing the requirement of charging them every so often. It is...

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By Paul Savory
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