Category Archives: High Tensile Fence
Hello, my name is Mary Blake, Warehouse Manager at the Kencove warehouse in Earl Park, Indiana. I started working at Kencove in 1999. My husband John and I live on his family farm where we grow hay, corn, and beans, and have 35 head of Limousin cattle. We have two adult boys, Kent and Mark. […]
To have an effective high-tensile electric fence you, must start with high-quality parts. High-tensile wire, solid, CCA-treated wood posts, and a reliable energizer are essential. One important element that is often overlooked is grounding. Grounding is key.
If you are new to electric fences or are a seasoned installer, there are a few “facts” you may have come across. Often times these “facts” are, in fact, myths. Today we are going to uncharge 6 of these myths!
The most commonly asked questions in our blog comments revolve around grounding issues. Popular problems include inadequate “shock” when touching the fence line, yet still reading a high output voltage when testing the energizer. More often than not the issue lies in poor grounding rather than a fault on the fence line. The easiest way […]
Our CCA-treated wood posts travel quite a distance and go through numerous processes to become the fence posts you know and trust. At Kencove, we strive to provide quality products at the lowest cost possible. In order to do so, we recently started a post mill in Eastman, Georgia. We are now able to closely […]