Woven Wire Fence Options
you need a secure, non-electric fence, consider using a fixed knot woven wire fence. This high strength, long-life fencing was developed for raising deer in New Zealand, but it works great as a low cost cattle fence. The 9/49/12 (9 line wire/49" high/12"
vertical stay wire spacing) is quicker to install and costs less
because you can go up to 40 feet between line posts. Class 3 galvanized coating means 30 to 40 year life is likely. When you consider the savings in the
cost of posts (including installing them) and the long, rugged life of
the wire, this can be your lowest cost option. You can have a great sense
of security without having to maintain electric. It is
still good to use a few strands of electric, but it's not required.
Solidlock and Fixed Knot Deer, Game, Livestock and Exotic Animal Fence is available in several heights: the 49 inch has 9 (cattle) or 13 (sheep) horizontal wires, 60 inch has 10 (bison) or 15 (ostrich) horizontal wires, 75 inch has 17 or 13 (interior deer and elk) horizontal wires, and the 96 inch has 20 (deer and elk) horizontal line wires. Vertical stay wires are available in 3, 6 or 12 inch spacing.
This fencing is ideal for fencing alternative livestock breeds like Alpaca, Deer, Elk, Bison, Llama, or Ostrich. It is also used frequently to prevent damage to crops, gardens and shrubs. Savings from deer control may pay for this fence in a very short time.
A complete line of related products and tools for ease of installation is available. These include steel strainer clamps (bars) for tensioning and chain grabs with 20 foot chains and hooks for pulling the strainer bars. These products also do a superior job when working with standard woven wire fencing.
An installation guide is available on DVD. This is a professionally filmed recording that has useful information for you if you will be installing woven wire fencing.
Call for further details and sizes on "The Worlds Best Deer, Game, Livestock, and Exotic Animal Fence". The product identification refers to the number of horizontal wires, height in inches, and vertical wire spacing in inches. For example: 20/96/6 has 20 line wires, is 96 inches high and has a six inch space between vertical wires.