WESTONFENCE specialise in low-cost, low-maintenance fence solutions that help farmers stay productive.
Farmers can attest to their effectiveness.
The Johnston family, west of Moree, saw a significant reduction in kangaroo pressure on their farming and grazing property at Glencoe using Westonfence.
“In 2018 we observed over 5000 kangaroos on our crops.” David Johnston said.
“In 2023 we observed very few with the Westonfence playing a key role.”
Due east of Moree at Warialda, Bob Coulton saw similar results, albeit with a different style of Westonfence.
“We installed the Westonfence leaning offset after sowing to protect our crops from kangaroo grazing pressure,” Mr Coulton said.
“With harvest underway reports are that no grazing pressure has occurred to the crops and we are confident that one pass with the header will pay for the fence.”
Adaminaby grazier James Hain says he has seen significant reduction in kangaroo and pig pressure and is now moving towards full exclusion on all boundaries with Westonfence.
“The cost effectiveness and success of the Westonfence system can provide peace of mind as invasive species become more prevalent, should 2024 become another challenging year for Australian producers,” Westonfence’s Maria Abbey said.
“In 2024, Westonfence will conduct workshops across the east coast for those looking for a low-cost, easy to install, low-maintenance system that can protect your most important assets.”
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