Monthly Archives: June 2011

“Over-Engineered” and “Under-Powered” Electric Fences

Over the years, I have had opportunity to work with and visit with many New Zealanders here in the US. I don’t think that it is any secret that many of them have grown up with hi-tensile electric fencing and … Continue reading

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A “Do-it-Yourself” Weekend Horse Fence

A very happy horse owner with a new fence!

I’m sure we all know people that will bend over backwards to help another person out. Then there are a few that wouldn’t go out of their way to help a friend in need if their life depended on it. … Continue reading

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Stray Voltage and Electric Fencing

stray voltage graphic

Stray voltage: the invisible and “hard to explain” situation that can occur on and around electric fences. I don’t know how many questions, phone calls and emails I have received over the years that have ultimately been a result of … Continue reading

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