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paul wheaton
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I bought a powerful zapper, a bunch of electic net, a bunch of strand and a bunch of posts. My brother is bringing a lot of animals to the land also, so he has also brought a lot of fencing.

I suspect that a lot of animals will be merged together, thus making the fencing issue a bit easier.

 
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good idea. just a thought though... not all animals get along... some cows wont get along with certain other cows, etc. just a thought to toss out there for people to think about.
 
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Paul, do you mind mentioning what brand and model of electric netting you bought? I'm not asking for an endorsement, but I'm about to buy some to pasture chickens (and my rabbits if it will work). My thoughts are that if it works out where I might be joining your farm come spring it would be good to have fencing that's compatible with what you'll be using.
 
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Kelly I PMed you about the rabbits and fencing (:
 
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Kelly Kitchens wrote:Paul, do you mind mentioning what brand and model of electric netting you bought? I'm not asking for an endorsement, but I'm about to buy some to pasture chickens (and my rabbits if it will work). My thoughts are that if it works out where I might be joining your farm come spring it would be good to have fencing that's compatible with what you'll be using.


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