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Why is electric fence important for you?

Electric fences are barriers which use electric shocks to deter people or animals from crossing boundaries into unauthorized areas. The voltage of the shock from electric fencing ranges from uncomfortable, to painful, to lethal. Most electric fencing is used today to enhance the security of sensitive areas (such as homes and businesses), as well as for agricultural and other forms of animal control purposes.

Despite the successes achieved around the world, electric fencing still has its detractors. Most people swear by it there are still a few who do not believe it works effectively. The reason for this is simple. Those who understand and apply the basic principles of electric fencing when constructing their electric fences will reap the benefits of electric fencing, while those who do not apply these principles will never get their fence to work effectively. Simplicity is the key and following just a few erecting guidelines will ensure an effective fence.

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Benefits of Electric Fence

Electric fence wire is more protected from high impact damage from cattle and livestock. This makes the fence much more durable and long lasting. Electric fence wire offers excellent cost effectiveness, affordability and ease of use. You can also save money on security expenses.

Electric fence wire can be used in a variety of situations and scenarios. Individual adjustments can be made according to requirements, making electric fence wire usable in every environment and soil condition. You can also use electric fence wire over existing fences and walls, to enhance safety and effectiveness. However, the combination of electricity and barbed wire is not recommended, because it can cause grievous harm to livestock and people. Electric fence wire requires minimal maintenance and care after installation. You must ensure that the battery and fence charger are kept clean and dry at all times.

 

 

 

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