A prefabricated, portable electric fence best used with sows and piglets in moist areas (green grass). For dry areas use HogNet® 10/24/12. Tight spacings effectively contain small piglets.... Read More »
A portable 30" tall electric perimeter or subdivision fence for pastured pigs. Read More »
How often will the fence be moved?
Daily or weekly
For fast-paced rotational grazing set-ups, or for other situations whereby you need to frequently move the fence, temporary fences are the best choice.
Once per season
Choose a semi-permanent fence when you don’t need to move it as often. Semi-permanent netting resists sag and can better withstand the effects of wind, rain, ice and snow. But it isn’t as easy to handle and will require more maintenance than permanent fences.
Permanent fences need strong wood or steel posts that support high-tensile wires, woven wire, rope or wide tape. These fences are more reliable than other options, but also more expensive and may require a professional installer.