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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

An electric fence is based on a strong psychological barrier coupled with a weak physical barrier that keeps wildlife or farm animals in and unwanted animals and vermin. Despite the successes achieved around the world, electric fencing still has its detractors. Most people swear by it there are still a...

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By agrisellex Admin

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...

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By Paul Savory

On average, 800-1000 elephants die every year around the world due to intense human-elephant conflict. To this must be added the numbers of alternate species that are killed due to their conflict with human settlement. Many hippo, buffalo and antelope are killed due to their ravaging of crops and gardens....

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By agrisellex Admin

Foxes will have a serious effect on your chickens if they get to them. Protect them with the best netting available. The availability of electric fencing has transformed free-range poultry keeping. It is arguable that without it, the keeping of extensive, free-range commercial poultry flocks would never have happened. Agrisellex...

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By Grant Winter
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