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.
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.
Electric NettingItem #201000 -
A portable electric fence that is 35" tall installed. When properly energized, it’s a nearly impenetrable mesh to sheep, goats, coyotes and dogs.$125.00
Electric NettingItem #206000 -
To provide a subdivision or boundary fence that will last for the duration of a grazing season.$105.00
Electric NettingItem #206620 -
Designed to be left in one place for months or years, but still easy to move if needed. It's sturdier than other nets with regular posts.$209.00
Electric NettingItem #207004 -
42" tall electric fence to contain chickens and other poultry. “Plus” nets include additional posts to reduce sag and to provide a more versatile fence.$146.00
Electric NettingItem #207018 -
48" tall electric fence to contain chickens and other poultry. “Plus” nets include additional posts to reduce sag and to provide a more versatile fence.$164.00
Electric NettingItem #207100 -
Perimeter fence for chicken yards or to protect gardens from varmints and deer. For use in all seasons. A “less worries” electric netting option. 48" tall.$200.00
Electric NettingItem #207105 -
Perimeter fence for chicken yards or to protect gardens from varmints and deer. For use in all seasons. A “less worries” electric netting option. 48" tall.$165.00
Electric NettingItem #208002 -
Great for calves that like to escape from a 2 strand fence. Can be used at gateways and to protect windbreaks and feed supplies.$108.00
Electric NettingItem #204520 -
Effective at keeping in: sheep, goats, guard dogs and cattle while keeping out deer, coyotes and bear.$185.00
Electric NettingItem #204500 -
An effective electrified fence that keeps in sheep, goats, guard dogs and cattle while keeping out deer, coyotes and bear.$144.00
Electric NettingItem #201500 -
A roll of electric fence netting for keeping in sheep and goats while keeping their predators out. Only 10-15 minutes to unroll, unfold and electrify!$144.00
Electric NettingItem #201800 -
42" tall electric fence keeps in chickens, ducks, geese and other poultry while keeping their predators out. Recommended for heavy, non-flying birds.$168.00
Electric NettingItem #201825 -
48" tall electric fence keeps in chickens, ducks, geese and other poultry while keeping their predators out. Recommended for active, flighty birds.$184.00
Electric NettingItem #202967 -
Effective for raccoons, woodchucks, small dogs, rabbits and skunks. Also a barrier to ducks and geese. Protects gardens, beehives and yards/lawns.$115.00
Electric NettingItem #202972 -
An 18" electric fence that's effective for keeping raccoons and woodchucks out of gardens and sweet corn patches.$66.00
Electric NettingItem #203000 -
A 42" electric fence for containing goats and sheep while keeping out their predators such as coyotes.$150.00
Electric NettingItem #203400 -
ElectroStop Plus has posts every 6.8 ft. and is designed for goats rather than sheep. More posts means less sag and a more versatile fence.$160.00
Electric NettingItem #208021 -
Horse QuickFence is a "ready-to-go" roll of netting with posts built into the electrifiable, plastic mesh.$79.00
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Chad C from Texas
I like these post better than most of the ones I've seen.
We have not had any rain here in a while and I've bent 3 of the spikes at the bottom of the post pretty bad. Other than that they are working great.
Marcin S from Maryland
In my opinion the post is too flexible.
David P from Ohio
I bought the 30" version of these for a 24" fence. Because my fence is over a rock and mulch bed, I knew I'd need to drive down a little further for better support. I'd say 3" of these were for the mulch/rocks and 3" were truly underground so they matched the 24" fence height. As a test I did buy one 24" post to match my 24" fence and even directly into the earth (and my mulch is just mulched earth), I'd say you want some extra depth - so I would always suggest sizing up.
Having said that, these fence posts are amazingly strong The "flag" helps keep them steady. They have not moved at all in the first two months of installation despite soaking rains. They allow pounding in if needed (with a rubber mallet) and are easy to pull out if needed, but otherwise stay put. they DO NOT BEND, which is their best feature. These are stronger than anything you could buy at the store. Highly recommended.
Eran L from Maryland
I use these to support the goat fence. They are sturdy and can be easily inserted into the ground in difficult places and support the fence nicely. I have four which I find sufficient for 100'.
Wayne H from Nebraska
I have been using the movable poultry electric net for almost five years now. I like to put these post imbetween each post on the net fence and in all the corners for extra support. They are so strong and sturdy and help lift up any sagging areas in my poultry fencing which there always are. I have set up two different poultry areas this summer -- one for my new flock and so needed more poles. They are excellent and you cannot have too many.