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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...Read more >
For those of you who use electric fencing to stop your horses straying or in the winter to prevent a paddock becoming a muddy morass. As you know horses usually respect electric fencing when they are rug-less but as soon as you put a rung on then the general chaos starts this...Read more >
Growing up in the middle of Africa we were a tight knit community who played and drank together. One of my compatriots was a cattle rancher who dabbled with paints - pretty good at it truth be told. He supplemented his operations by becoming a professional hunter until that operation...Read more >
The hunt is on to nab a farmer who has erected an illegal electric fence utilising barbed wire and a 220 volt mains supply. Staff patrolling the Thirukkurunkudi forest stumbled upon an electrified fence around the farm of Annadurai, a local farmer, and promptly alerted the Tamil Nadu Generation and...Read more >
Desertification is the result of poor decisions made by humans and the huge population growth over a long period and is possibly a worse contributor to the release of carbon and methane to the atmosphere. I am posting a talk by Allan Savory ( OK he is my cousin so...Read more >