PowerPosts™ Portable Fence Posts
- Both PowerPosts have multiple front loading clips with angled entry for rope, twine, tape or wire. 1/4" rope will need to be fed in from the side
- Stem and base have 3 ribs on each side for strength
- 8" anodized steel step-in spike, 3/8" diameter
- Measurements from bottom of foot peg to center of each clip starting from the bottom going up is as follows:
- 35" post = 1.5", 4.5", 8", 11.5", 15", 20", 22", 26.5", 31", 32.5"
- 48" post = 1.5", 4.5", 8", 11.5", 15", 20", 22", 26.5", 31", 32.5", 44.5", 46.5"
- Set post spike on ground at desired location
- Step on the ledge to push the post into the ground
- Attach conductors at desired height
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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Brett S from Nampa, ID
We Installed 400 feet of Poultry netting plus and these made corners and ends come together! A lot better post than I can find in my area! We have found many uses for these posts it’s only your imagination that holds you back!
Joyce H from Joyce from midcoast Maine
This is my second purchase of the 35" Power post. Prompt delivery MUCH appreciated!! Function: I agree with many other reviewers to be careful about pushing them into gravel and that with too much pressure they can bend. I solve the last issue with some kind of support, like a second post next to it and time them off together. This is really only an issue with where I start my line or on places that create a corner.
I did not encounter the problem with the clips having any kind of burrs in the plastic that could damage the intelli-twine.
I really love this system for my two cattle and only purchased more posts so that I could be more inclusive where I want the cows to "mow/eat".
I wonder what happened to the stirrup posts that I've heard others write about. It sounds slightly superior? Anyway, good product here just the same.
Greg D from Alabama
I purchased the green 48" posts. Not all of the slots in the clips are cut clean. A sharp pocket knife is essential to clean up the clips to avoid snagging the metal filiments in your twine or net. This is my 3rd order of these posts over 2 years and the I've encountered this problem in all 3 orders.
Natalie S from Northeastern PA
I got the 35" posts to go with my 164' fence for sheep. The posts are easy to put in - I like the little step thing at the bottom to push them in, but be gentle if you have stoney ground. The slots don't match up perfectly on my fence, but I don't mind and can make it work just fine. They do a good job adding support at corners. Because I like/need odd shapes for my fence (not just a rectangle or square), I'm ordering a few more posts. I think they do a good job.
I agree with Melody P. The stirrup posts, which are no longer available from Premier, were much better. The clip spacing on these does not match my temporary sheep fencing as well as the spacing on the stirrup posts and these are not as sturdy. My first choice is to buy from Premier but after a quick search on the Internet I see that I can buy the stirrup posts elsewhere. I would buy from Premier if they would bring them back!