- Winter Grounding
- New Floating Brace Design!
- Breaking Strength of High-Tensile Wire
- What is the Best Way to Train Pigs to Electric Fence?
- Kencove Acquires PasturePro
- Building a Better Fence
- Electric Fence Is What Makes Grazing Feasible Today
- 10 Most Common Electric Fence Problems, Part 5
- 10 Most Common Electric Fence Problems, Part 4
- 10 Most Common Electric Fence Problems, Part 3
Monthly Archives: February 2014
#9 Stapling: Safety First: Always wear safety glasses when driving staples. Staples are an important part of a high-tensile electric fence. You will want to purchase 8 gauge galvanized-barbed staples, that will not rust or bend. Be cautious stapling when using plastic tube insulators. Do not staple too tightly or you could damage the insulator, […]
#7 Voltmeter: The most helpful tool when mending or fixing electric fences would be a voltmeter. A voltmeter is the easiest most efficient way to figure out if your electric fence is going to be effective. Without a voltmeter you can only speculate how your fence is performing. You will sleep better knowing the exact […]
#5 Energy Leaks: An energy leak is a small energy loss from the fence line to earth and can occur for a number of reasons. Common reasons are heavy vegetation, debris, poor insulators, broken wire, or interference of neutral wires. You should constantly be on the lookout for vegetation that is growing up near electric […]