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Powerfields Electric Poultry Pen Netting

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At 40 in. tall and 82 ft. long, this Powerfields Electric Poultry Pen Netting provides the ultimate predator protection for your chickens. Graduated horizontal spacing is created with 10 strands of UV-stabilized polyethylene and 304 stainless steel wire from 3 in. at the bottom to 8 in. at the top. There are 7 double-spiked, 3/8 in. diameter fiberglass step-in posts. Semi-rigid vertical stays with 3-1/2 in. line spacing provide stability and help prevent drooping between posts. Nets may be easily joined using the metal clips at each end and increasing the energizer size accordingly. A 0.15 J minimum low-impedance energizer is required for each net (not included). To prevent electrical shorting during weed growth, the bottom line is non-conductive. Positive-negative setup eliminates the need for a ground rod. Stainless steel conductors will not rust.

  • The net and posts are made in the USA with a 5 year warranty
  • Orange/green

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Specification Description
Product Height: 47 in.
Product Width: 9 in.
Brand: Powerfields
Warranty: 5 Year
Product Type: Electric Netting
Product Weight: 8 lb.
Product Length: 984 in.
Manufacturer Part Number P-NSPCX2
Powerfields Electric Poultry Pen Netting is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Squirrels too! I have peach trees and never get to pick fruit due to the fact the squirrels take every piece of fruit before it is ripe. I've tried every option known to man to keep the squirrels from taking all my peaches. I was in Tractor Supply last spring, saw this fence and decided to give it a try. I installed the fence around the fruit trees when I first start seeing the squirrels eating the fruit. It was comical watching the squirrels try their best to overcome the fence. I actually had enough peaches last year to share with my family and friends! Worked like a charm!
Date published: 2018-06-15
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If fence is too long, can it be rolled up at the end?  How can it be shortened?

Asked by: Needananswersoon
This cannot be rolled because the wires will short out and arch. It can be turned back on itself at the end of the run, as long as there is 2" space between the excess and in use fence.
Answered by: AmandaW
Date published: 2018-06-15
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