Bigger Isn’t Always Better

Bigger, isn’t always better, especially when it comes to energizing your electric fence. Here at Kencove, we strive to provide the highest quality products that meet the needs for our customers. We also want to provide the proper tools, products, and energizers. We do not work based on the sale, but rather the connection we […]

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Horse Fencing: Using Kencote and Hotcote to Contain Your Equine Friends

We all know too well that when it comes to horses, everything is more expensive. From feed and hay to equipment and fences, horses require specialized set-ups, and if you take a shortcut you will end up paying in the end. Now, we can’t solve all of the problems with horses, however, we can help […]

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What Happens When an Animal Touches an Electric Fence?

An electric fence creates a psychological barrier for containing or excluding animals. It is considered a psychological barrier because the animal receives a memorable electric shock when it touches the fence. After receiving an unforgettable shock, the animal will make a mental connection between the fence and the shock and no longer challenge the fence. […]

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Using Crimp Sleeves to Splice High-Tensile Wire

People often inquire about the best way to splice high-tensile fence wire.  Splicing wires can be accomplished in three ways: hand knotting, using wire links, or using crimp sleeves.

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