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With the dry weather there have been incidences where horses have been more inclined to ignore the electric fence and seek an escape. Without having seen the situation first hand and as the issue had not cropped up before, it is reasonable to assume the grass looked greener on the...

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By agrisellex Admin

Electric netting is renowned for being resource hungry meaning that a given net requires a certain strength energiser to be able to run it. All reputable energisers (of course ours are totally reputable) will give figures for how many nets will be run by that energiser. This is generally referring...

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By Grant Winter

I am often asked if horses are put under stress when they are in an electrified fence irrespective if they show no outward signs of stress. I was pleased to come across this scientific study from a Swiss University evaluating the stress levels of horses under the sort of situations...

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By Grant Winter

1. Find a suitable location for your electric fence energiser. For a mains unit this can be under an overhang or inside your basement or garage within easy reach of a 220 v power source. 12 volt and 9 v battery units should be sited away from and protected from...

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By Grant Winter

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 1000 kilo's plus. A lovely friendly, gentle giant. She seemed to...

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By Paul Savory
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