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Many customers are very confused when they see a particular energiser given a rating quoting so many miles of fencing that may be energised by that model – often in excess of what may be required. Essentially it is meaningless, only a rough guide at best. This “Maximum Length” is...Read more >
I read with some considerable amusement an article written by Joe Stack in the Bognor Regis Observer covering the erection of an electric fence around a bowling green. Electric fence around Bognor bowling green 'utterly over the top' He has likened this to securing a nuclear plant or Porton Down....Read more >
Winter is approaching when many horses are going to be kept in stables for the winter. As a result, the electric fencing is not going to be needed for the next few months. Over winter maintenance of energisers that will not be in use needs to be considered. For both...Read more >
One of the more un-pleasant experiences of riding a horse in the African bushveld is the web strung by the Nephila inaurata (Red-legged nephila) spider. This large web may be strung between two trees several meters apart and some 2 meters above ground. Just the ideal height for it to wrap...Read more >
Although solar energisers sound like the “cheapest” way to electrify a fence, they are quite costly. Let’s figure the average cost for running a 2-joule energizer for 10 years using both an 220 volt mains energizer and the same solar-powered unit. (The Trapper AN24 may be used in either format.)...Read more >