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Once snubbed in equestrian circles, electric fences now come in forms well suited for horse properties. Time was, everyone who owned livestock knew the basic rules: cattle and sheep needed to be enclosed with electric wire, but horses were best off behind wood planks or poles. The improvement in fencing...

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By Grant Winter

Electric fences are being employed to protect various types of animals from rabbits to Elephants, Horses to chickens due to this type of fence’s ability to check vermin and teach the controlled animals not to break the perimeter. They are perfect for fencing animals such as horses that are smart...

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By Grant Winter

The grass is not always greener on the other side of the fence - even when the boundary fence has been broken down to give elephants more room to roam. These are some of the recent findings of elephant researchers at the University of KwaZulu-Natal (South Africa) who have been...

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By Grant Winter

The increasingly late freeze-up of sea ice on Hudson Bay has forced one Arctic community to take new measures to protect itself from the growing number of polar bears roaming its streets. Bears have always been common around Arviat, along the western shore of Hudson Bay. The hamlet is on...

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By Grant Winter

Searching for problems in an electric fence is basically a step-by-step process. A Tester is essential or you are guessing - the only realistic alternative is to use your hand and I assure you - it hurts. An adequate Electric Fence tester that shows if a fence is running at 6000v...

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