Also what brand, or company, would give me the most bang for my hard earned buck? It'd be nice if they were also willing to educate a novice.
after looking at google images of wild animals caught in the fence and killed by the electric I will not put electric on it. There was one occasion that my dog was stuck in the fence pretty good and as I was removing the fence from him I thought about the images. I think at the time he was chasing a squirrel and neglected to see or care about the fence.
I know very little about raising or containing sheep!
Eric Hammond wrote:I'm not sure what the previous poster was talking about killing animals.
I've had a turkey and a rooster strangle themselves on it.
Eric Hammond wrote:Its incredibly frustrating to set up, I mean really really frustrating. Its heavy, so you can't lug it around easy(mines 165 ft) the poles do not stick in the ground easy at all, and it will catch every twig and snag on anything an 1/8 inch or bigger. .
I have been very frustrated with my fencing too. A rubber mallet helps to pound in the poles.