Electrifying an existing or conventional fence may be necessary to create a substantial barrier that will discourage livestock or other animals from crossing the fence.
If you have livestock on your property, an electric fence can be an effective way to control their movement and prevent them from escaping. Electric fences can be used to contain livestock within a specific area, or to keep predators and other animals out.
Electrifying an existing fence can be a cost-effective way to improve its effectiveness without having to install a completely new fence.
If you already have a fence installed that’s in good condition, then retrofitting it with Westonfence™ droppers or leaning offsets could be an easier and more cost-effective way to electrify the fence.
Droppers and / or leaning offsets can be attached to an existing fence and electrified easily.
This can reduce fence damage and discourages stock from rubbing on the fence.
Leaning offsets are also ideal in situations where you have burrowers or diggers damaging your fences.
When choosing the best type of farm fencing, it is important to consider factors such as the type and size of livestock being contained, the terrain of the property, and the intended use of the fence.
Consult with Westonfence™ to determine the most appropriate and cost-effective option for your specific needs.
The Westonfence™ system is adaptable to suit your specific enterprise depending on what you’re trying to manage and control.
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