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Electrostop 10/42/12 Double Spike
[Electrostop-10-42-12-2]


Electrostop 10/42/12 Double Spike

Price: $206.95  | 

42” high, has 10 horizontal twines with large white plastic vertical struts every 12”

White PVC posts are built into the mesh every 12.5 ft  - double spike

Also available: Single spike

The extra height is essential for stopping goats, flighty breeds of sheep, rams & bucks during breeding season, aggressive coyotes & dogs.

The black & white colours provide maximum 24/7 visibility to both humans & animals against both light & dark backgrounds.

Its low electrical resistance (only 38 /1000 ft) is an important benefit for longer fences and/or fences with high weed contact.

Bottom strand is neutral.  Can be hooked up as an all-hot fence during moist times of the year.

Effective fencing to keep in sheep, goats & cattle, to keep out bear The basic "unroll and then unfold" process is the same for all electrified nets.  It requires minimal strength/skill and no tools. 

No extra line posts are necessary with these nets unless the soil is soft or the fence will stay in place over 6 weeks.

Extra support posts are useful at corners, curves and ends.
 

Common uses  (Actual on-farm uses normally exceed the purposes for which it's purchased):
To strip-graze pastures, turnips and rape.
As interim permanent fence until a proper fence can be built.
To enclose rams and buck goats.
To graze orchards and vineyards.
For temporary lanes for moving animals.
To make replaceable water gaps.
To protect outdoor hay supplies.
To graze stockpiled forage on hayfields in late fall and early winter.
 

Over sized item - extra shipping charges apply