Feral HogNet 10/24/12
Specifically designed (if properly energized) to keep feral hogs out of fields, gardens and livestock.
Because it's not yet field-tested to our satisfaction we're offering it at very low initial prices to encourage folks with feral hog problems to try it and report the results to us. If it does not work Premier will take the product back for a full refund.
Electric Netting Installation
To stop feral hogs.
Every net is supplied with 1 warning sign and 1 repair kit.
Feral hogs are a rapidly growing problem. It's common for hogs to find ways through, under or over physical barrier fences. Electrified fences are more reliable because hogs use their noses to investigate new situations. When the bare nose contacts an energized strand a powerful, but very brief pulse of electricity passes through the hog- causing sudden, sharp pain.
#208065 - $1.24 per ft (50' roll with single spike posts).
|How to Use||
For dry areas install as a Pos/Neg fence. Connect the energizer fence lead to the positive "+" net clip and energizer ground lead to the ground rod. Then connect a PowerLink from the negative "-" net clip to the ground rod.
For moist conditions connect both net clips together and attach energizer fence lead to net clips then attach energizer ground lead to ground rod.
Also see pdf above.
If vegetation touches both the bottom positive strand and the negative strand (only 2" away) an electrical short is likely. A larger energizer is often needed.
Note: This is a pain barrier, not a physical barrier. If animals are scared or starved it is less likely to keep them out.
Dry conditions and wintertime usages—may reduce the effectiveness of electric fencing.
Dry or frozen ground many cause the NetPost spikes to bend or break if inserted with force. Pilot holes may be needed.
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