FiberTuff™ (FT) Posts
- PVC with 6 internal fiberglass "cables".
- 2 diameters: 19mm (for 18", 20", 24, 30" and 35") & 22mm (for 42" and 48").
- 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 step-in foot plate.
- Black post with brown top.
- Use 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.
- Insert the top strand of the net into the top clip.
Post is not designed to be mechanically driven or heavily struck with a hammer.
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Bobbi R from Oregon
Best post I have ever used. Will not purchase any others.
Paula F from Indiana
I love the electric fencing! The poles are great for supporting the fence. I would highly recommend.
Greg O from Texas
These work quite well for corners, ends, and in uneven terrain where the ElectroFence may sag. In some cases, a stiffer pole might be useful, but I found that putting them in at an angle (with the top pointed away from the area being fenced...if that makes sense) helped to provide the support needed on the curves or corners. Will be buying more as our fencing expands. Also, I noticed that the goats leave them alone when installed with the energized fence, but will lean out of the stock panels near the barn and knock over the extras that are leaning against the barn, apparently not quite out of reach. Not as exciting as javelins...but still fun.
Harmony D from Texas
Works well. Be forewarned that young farmhands may use these as javelins. :)
Sandra C from New York
You need these with the electronet. They work great for uneven terrain. We have hilly rocky land and these saved the day. Otherwise the netting was way too floppy.