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August 6, 2008

PermaNet® 12/48/3 Electric Netting for gardens, animals

This is the electric netting we use at GardenSnob. It's held in goats, chickens and even pigs, well, that is until the pigs tunneled under it. They had a blast stopping traffic and dancing on the lawn. But, that's a story for another day. This netting will hold in all kinds of animals, even little chicks, and keep marauding dogs, skunks and foxes out. electric_netting.jpgWe move this fencing around all the time to give the animals fresh pasture. It is durable and light enough to carry around. It even sustained a lightning strike that blew out the transformer of our energizer. The most important thing is to keep the fence line mowed so the electric current remains strong. electric_netting_spikes.jpg Available with single spikes (that's what we have) and double spikes for extra stability at Premier 1 Supplies.

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Posted by Mary Ellen at August 6, 2008 5:45 AM
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