NoShock Chick Fence
Also use to keep free-range flocks out of flower beds, gardens, patios, roadways, etc.
How to Use
- NoShock can be used either as a temporary, semi-permanent or permanent fence.
- NetPosts (see accessories tab above) can be woven through the mesh every 10 ft for a temporary fence. At any corner you will need an extra support post (FiberTuff, steel T post or wooden post).
- NoShock can also be stapled or zip-tied to wood/metal posts for a permanent poultry run.
- 3/4" openings
- 4 ft tall
- 50 ft long
- Plastic mesh
- Black or green
That’s why we’re introducing a tighter, nonelectrifiable alternative to PoultryNet with “chick-stop” openings to keep in chicks, ducklings, etc.
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.
FencingItem #360200 -
Heavy duty barbed staples for affixing tube style electric fence insulators to wood posts.$3.50
FencingItem #360210 -
Heavy duty barbed staples for affixing tube style electric fence insulators to wood posts.$111.00
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Judy J from Delaware
Helps contain baby ducks.
Had issue with fence sticking together and it was torn in several places. Premier 1 was great and gave a discount (our choice). Great company, have been buying electric fences from them for years.
Kelly S from New Mexico
Perfect for chicks. I used it to expand their pen as they grew and will use to separate them from the hens during introduction.
Sjaan A from Kentucky
I put this up inside the shock fence for my baby hens. Keeps them all safe.
Trip A from California
Shipped fast and good quality.
DC B from Kentucky
The plastic used in this fencing is very soft. Tears very easily and rabbits will chew through it in a blink of an eye. A 4x6 inch rabbit hole allows the chickens to easily tear it bigger. A total waste of money for this farm.