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Bekaert Gaucho High Tensile Field Fence, 14 ga., 47 in. x 330 ft., 118155

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Gaucho® 1047-6 High Tensile Field Fence, 330 ft.

  • Features a flexible hinge joint with high strength high tensile steel wire
  • Compared to low carbon fencing it installs faster, with fewer posts, and it retains its shape with less ongoing maintenance concerns
  • Gradual openings at the bottom of the fence deter small animals
  • Class 3 coating will last at least 20 years
  • 14g filler wire and 12.5g top & bottom wire
  • Pre-installed with Gripple Joiners for faster installation

Specification Description
Product Type: Field Fencing
Animal Compatibility: Cattle, Sheep, Goat, Hog, Exclusion Fencing
Application/Use: With a breaking load of 630 lb., Gaucho Field Fence is an excellent option for various farm and livestock applications.
Bottom and/or Top Wire Thickness: 12.5 ga.
Brand: Bekaert
CountryofOrigin: Made in USA
Material: Class 3 Galvanized Steel
Mesh Size: Gradual openings at the bottom of the fence to deter small animals
Package Quantity: One Roll
Part Number: 118155
Product Height: 47 in.
Product Length: 330 ft.
Product Weight: 120 lb.
Product Width: N/A
Type: Field Fence
Vertical Stay Spacing: 6 in.
Wire Thickness: 14 ga.
Manufacturer Part Number 118155
Bekaert Gaucho High Tensile Field Fence, 14 ga., 47 in. x 330 ft., 118155 is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 29.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from High tensile field fence The fence is very durable and we used it for our chicken coop.
Date published: 2018-08-03
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Don’t waste your money!! I bought this fencing about 5 weeks ago. You are supposed to be able to use less posts. Well let me tell you my goats have anialated it. I am going to have to buy even more posts then the 25 that are already up in a 50x60 area( there are about 8 trees we tacked it to as well). I should have just bought the red brand instead of wasting my money. Will be taking this down very soon and replacing it. Do yourself a favor and go with the tried and true red brand
Date published: 2018-07-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from fence good stuff - friendly staff - ----------------------
Date published: 2018-07-23
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Disappointed Bought, because of great reviews. Pulled tight as possible, but sags and goats walk it down, doesn't break, but after two weeks, several sagging areas, after stretching with a tractor. Also properly spaced t post. Disappointed in the product.
Date published: 2018-05-31
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Can someone tell me what the manufacturer's part/item number is for this product?

Asked by: HCBo
Thank-you for your question! Bekaert's part number for Gaucho 14 gauge Field Fence is 118155.
Answered by: Bekaert: #TheFencePro
Date published: 2017-08-09

Would this work for a pot belly pig pen?

Asked by: Percy poo
Good Question Percy. You could use this for a pot belly pig, just be cautious of the temperament of your animal. You may want to reinforce the fence with electric smooth wire if you have have any concerns.
Answered by: Bekaert: #TheFencePro
Date published: 2018-06-25

Can you be specific of the size of the hole sin your fence. I know they are graduated but can you tell me exactly height and width of the squares and at what height they change. I am looking to use fence for miniature goats and dogs.

Asked by: NJJR
The best fence for goats would be our Gaucho Sheep and Goat fence as the holes are smaller and non-climb. To answer your question, the holes are vertically spaced at 6 inches. Horizontally, they are spaced gradually starting at 3", 3"1.6", 4", 4.5", 5", 5.5", 6", 7", and 8".
Answered by: Bekaert: #TheFencePro
Date published: 2018-02-06

What is the size of each square, it gives one size of 6" I believe so is it safe to assume 6"x6"?

Asked by: Todd G
The openings are gradual starting small at the bottom and gradually getting larger up to 6" from 3".
Answered by: Bekaert: #TheFencePro
Date published: 2017-05-25

Getting ready to purchase around 15 rolls to fence in the rest of my property for horses, mini cattle and full sizes calves. What is the recommended t post spacing with this fence?

Asked by: CoachG
For this fence you can go up to 16.5' for the post spacing on our High Tensile Gaucho Field Fence. The link here will give you a bit more information on post spacing, should you need it.
Answered by: Bekaert: #TheFencePro
Date published: 2018-04-04

How far should I space my t-post

Asked by: Grubby bullheaded
Your post spacing will be determined by your terrain but for flat terrain we recommend up to 16'.
Answered by: Bekaert: #TheFencePro
Date published: 2017-08-13

Would this work for a pony or small horse

Asked by: NanaCindyann
It is recommended to use 5' high fencing.
Answered by: DanielB
Date published: 2017-01-20

how much does a roll weigh?

Asked by: Denny6
The roll weighs approximately 121 lbs.
Answered by: BrittanyH
Date published: 2018-03-29
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