Steve Hoskins wrote:the little wire in the netting doesn't bite as hard as the silver stuff.
Steve Hoskins wrote:I watch them bump the fence while eating and they do not always get good contact. The hairs on their hides are enough to keep the netting from coming into conductivity as easily. With a taught single (or double) wire, this is never an issue. They touch, they scream. Maybe the potbellies won't have as much fur, and this won't be a problem.
Steve Hoskins wrote:Do your nets have alternating hot and ground circuits?
Steve Hoskins wrote:I will also point out that the net (that i bought) is about $1 per foot and the wire cost is less than 3 pennies per foot (plus ropes to tie to trees or poles). The wire pieces can also be melted down into something useable later.
Steve Hoskins wrote:Lost piggies!?!
That must have filled you with rage when they ran away!