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Keeping Pigs on Free-range pasture is a growing phenomenon and electric fencing fit into this ideal perfectly. The concept of rotational grazing is not new and has been naturally practised by wild animals since the beginning of time. It is only the interferance of man and the enclosing of pasture...Read more >
Bovine Tuberculosis (bTB) has clearly become a major issue amongst camelid breeders coupled with the possibility of valuable livestock contracting the disease from infected Badgers. Many owners are now seeking to exclude the badgers from their property to protect valuable breeding stock from infection. A large part of the badger's...Read more >
Hull University have completed a study on the new 125m (410ft) turbine at the Croda Europe plant in Hull assessing the effect they have on the wild life. The fear is that birds are flying into the spinning blades. Initial assessments were not considered successful even if no dead or...Read more >
There is only one thing that will stop a fox dead..it comes out the end of a gun! Electric fencing stops them....alive!! There is no cheaper or better combination. The availability of electric fencing has transformed free-range poultry keeping. It is arguable that without it, the keeping of extensive commercial...Read more >
The Energiser needs to be powerful enough to deliver a definite jolt when your horse touches it, even when its current is reduced by vegetation touching the fence line or (as sometimes happens) by moist, dewy early-morning conditions. Ignore energisers whose power is rated by miles; look instead for one...Read more >