FiberTuff™ (FT) Posts
These post are strong! They are our preferred support at curves and corners. Also in use at rises, dips and major directional changes.
Steps easily into most soils. Top cap with enlarged slot for easy threading of netting top wire.
FiberTuff Clips enable FiberTuff 19mm posts (only) to hold additional rope, tape, twine or MaxiShock.
- PVC with 6 internal fiberglass "cables" for extra stability
- 19mm diameter (18", 20", 24, 30" and 35" tall posts)
- 22mm diameter (42" and 48" tall posts)
- 7 height choices (18", 20", 24", 30", 35", 42" and 48"). Height of the posts is from the top of step-in foot to top of the post
- 7" long , 2.5" wide step-in foot plate. It is welded to the spike for support.
- Black post with brown top
- Use the foot plate to step post into the soil at the point of a curve, corner or end. We lean it outwards against the strain because the shaft will curve slightly towards the pull of the fence. Cap can be tapped with a hammer to install post.
- When using with netting—insert the top strand of net into the top clip. Note: It is not necessary to weave the FiberTuff post into the netting.
- When using with rope, tape, twine or MaxiShock—use FiberTuff Clips on FiberTuff 19mm posts (only).
Post is not designed to be mechanically driven or heavily struck with a hammer.
Listed below are recommended optional components or related items. Your particular situation may require alternative recommendations. Please call and talk to our consultants if there are any questions at 800-282-6631.
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Electric NettingItem #207105 -
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Electric NettingItem #201800 -
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Electric NettingItem #201825 -
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Electric NettingItem #202967 -
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Electric NettingItem #202972 -
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A 42" electric fence for containing goats and sheep while keeping out their predators such as coyotes.$150.00
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Erin B from Maine
I bought these to reduce sagging in a netting fence. Recently had a large dog tangled in the fence, these posts withstood (the original posts bent). Very happy with this purchase.
Shanon M from Ohio
High winds, uneven soil, and fast-growing grass may cause the netting to sag, which almost always causes the electric current to leak. The FiberTuff posts help pull the netting taut and away from the ground to ensure less issues with energy leaks. I highly recommend using the FiberTuff posts between every poultry netting post. However with the pig QuickFence, I recommend only four FiberTuff posts per 100' of fencing (i.e., for corners and joining) unless the ground is severly uneven—a shorter fence should have less sag, which usually means less contact issues.
Michelle W from Washington
I bought a few extras when buying my initial set up for pasture rotation. They are easy to tamp into the ground... not so easy to remove sometimes. It's wet here in the PNW and sometimes it's nice to have a metal bend such as on the netting fence to reach down and pull up on. Otherwise even with gloves on, my hands just slid up the pole instead of pulling it out. They are a must have for any system when working with odd shapes or needing support in corners to keep the fence taught.
Agostino P from New York
It works well but it would be worth while to experiment with a longer prong to be driven into the ground to improve effectiveness
Bob A from Kentucky
Holds up the netting great where it needs a bit of help