HogNet® 10/24/12 Electric Netting
The bottom strand of the net is neutral and rests on the soil/grass. The lowest live strand is only 4" above it. The next 6 live wires are only 2" apart. The extra strands ensure the animal is shocked before it sticks its nose through the fence. This reduces risk of the shocked hog charging forward. Netting is also more effective than multi-strand fences because it is more visible.
HogNet 10/24/12 can be easily changed into a Pos/Neg fence for dry sites.
- Domestic Pigs—Easy to contain due to their excellent hoof-to-ground contact. Less likely to charge than their wild counterparts.
- Feral Hogs—As those who live in wild hog country know only too well, feral hogs are a rapidly growing problem with no simple solution. Regrettably, the hogs are as smart as they are aggressive and destructive. So it’s common for them to find ways through, under or over physical barrier fences. However, electrified fences do work and work well. Why? Hogs use their nose/snout to investigate new situations. The bare nose ensures that contact with an energized strand will send a hog-stopping pulse (if the energizer is large enough) through the hog.
Training domestic pigs to electric fence…Experience suggests that domestic pigs need to be trained to electric fence.
- Why? Because pigs new to electric fence may decide to respond like pigs—and charge forward through the fence instead of backing away.
- How? Set up an electric fence alongside (1 to 2 ft away) a secure permanent fence that the pigs can't get through. Make sure the fence is electrified—at least 3000v at the end of fence. Introduce the pigs to the fence. Monitor the pigs for a few hours.
Note: Failing to train domestic pigs to electric fences can be expensive—damage to the fence plus the damage the escaped pigs might create.
HogNet® 10/24/12 Comparison Chart
|Single Spike (SS) Line Posts||✓||✓||✓|
|Pos/Neg (PN) for dry soils||✓|
|Height||24" tall||18" tall||30" tall|
|Distance Between Line Posts||12.5'||12.5'||12.5'|
|Roll Length||50' or 100'||100'||50' or 100'|
To InstallThe same “unroll and then unfold” process applies to all electrified nets. Minimal strength or skill needed (and no tools). Extra supports such as FiberTuff™ step-in posts are useful at corners, curves and ends. You will need a fence energizer to electrify the net. HogNet is a visual/pain barrier, not a physical barrier. So, it must be electrified with a powerful energizer to be effective.
Even for new users, it takes less than 10 minutes to go from out-of-the-box netting to installed fence. And it’s durable! Nets last over 10 seasons if used and stored properly. (Its mortal enemy is errant lawn mowers!)
HogNet 10/24/12 can be set up as a Pos/Neg (PN) fence:What does this accomplish? Eliminates the need for the soil to carry pulse back to the ground rod—shocking the animal even when soils are dry. The animal will receive a shock when it touches a positive “+” strand and a negative “-” strand at the same time. To change to pos/neg:
- At the top of the netting, disconnect the 2 stainless steel clips.
- Using a PowerLink, connect the lower clip to the energizer’s ground rod.
- Connect energizer’s fence lead to the netting’s top clip.
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How To Purchase
- Measure the fence line.
- Choose the length and the amount of netting needed. (Example: A 150 ft fence requires one 100 ft net and one 50 ft net.).
- Select an energizer kit (includes charger, ground rod and wireless tester).
- Add support posts as needed for ends, curves and corners, and any accessories.
We offer many fences to fit your situation, including different heights and lengths, multiple colors, drivable posts and positive/negative options for dry soils. Questions? Call our fence consultants at
Fence Connectors and Accessories
Repair Kit for RaccoonNet, VersaNet Plus, HogNet, PigletNet Plus, E'Net, ElectroNet & ElectroNet PlusItem #201700 -
A handy repair kit that includes all of the essentials to patch tears and holes in electric net fences.$2.00
Electric fence is a pain barrier, not a physical barrier. A common mistake is not electrifying it. Animals may escape or become entangled (and may die). On a % basis, entanglement is very rare, but it can and does occur. If animals are scared or starved it will not keep them in. The first time you put the animals in the net, you should be available to watch them for a while. That way if one were to get into the fence and get caught, you can turn the power off and get them loose.
Warning! Due to risk of fire, do NOT use continuous output energizers with electric netting or electro-plastic conductors such as rope, twine or tape. Use only with a low or wide impedance intermittent pulse energizer. (Fi-Shock™ brand energizers which are sold as low impedance, continuous current output should NOT be used with electric netting.) All energizers sold on Premier’s website use an intermittent pulse and are suitable for use with electric netting.
Dry conditions and wintertime usage may reduce the effectiveness of electric fencing. Ice and heavy snow can flatten netting and thereby damage it.
Dry or frozen ground may cause post spikes to bend or break if inserted with force. Pilot holes may be needed. We recommend using drivable or single spike posts in hard soils. Double spike posts provide more stability when the ground is soft.