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Electric Chicken netting keeps your chickens safe.

More people are keeping friendly chickens in their back yard because you love the returns they offer. Why should you have to keep them penned into small runs just to prevent a murdering Fox from killing your flock? Let your chickens roam and range once more within the safety of an Electric Chicken Net; 

Flexinett Chicken Net

Common Uses;-Keeps in poultry, sheep, goats, cattle and guard dogs. Keeps out foxes, mink, small deer, ravaging dogs, rabbits and boar.
  • Extremely lightweight and portable with an extra close mesh construction suitable for all breeds of poultry.
  • Re-enforced upper strands for greater stability.
  • The electric poultry fence is supplied in 50m (55 Yards) lengths with a height of 105 cm (41inches) and may be easily connected to additional lengths of netting by the attached clips.
  • An electric poultry net is very easy to erect and is highly portable, erect in 30 minutes. How to erect a net properly.
  • The posts are pre-threaded onto the net so you do not have to do this tedious job
  • Poultry are well insulated by their feathers so a stronger hotSHOCK energizer is recommended. Never connect more than ONE energizer to a fence.
  • The electric poultry fence is consists of 12 Horizontal poly wires of which 11 are energized. The bottom strand is not energized and is re-enforced for added strength.
  • Each electric poultry net is supplied with 15 green posts 105cm tall with a stainless steel ground stake, A repair kit, guy twines, pegs and a warning sign.
  • The net is an attractive Green to blend into the surrounds
  • The Hotgate is the same height and weave, this will allow you to enter the netting area safely without switching off the power.

Net Length; 50m (55 yards). Height; 105cm (41 inches)
Number & Colour of Posts 15 Green posts
Electrified Wires; 12 Green Twines

Flexinett Chicken Net Dimensions

Flexinett Chicken Netting

Customer Reviews

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Just a tip

Just another little tip. I just installed a new net and noted it wasn't working too well so I checked the bottom electrified strand to ensure it wasn't touching the ground and sure enough I found an insulator post which didn't have the bottom of the post well covered by the plastic insulator and consequently the bottom electrified strand was wrapped round the metal prong which was pushed into the ground. This shorts the net to ground making the high voltage pulse ineffective and using a lot of battery power. Ensure the bottom strand is well cclear of the exposed metal pronge. Tape up the net on an insulated post using insulation tape if it is sagging at any point so it does touch a metal post or the ground. Note the very bottom starnd is not live theis is just a tensioning cord, The next one up is electrified.

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