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Deerbusters Introduces New Electric Poultry Netting

Posted by Jennifer Smith on

Electric netting can be used for a variety of applications; but it is most commonly used to secure livestock animals such as poultry; sheep; pigs and goats. 

New to the electric net collection are: Electric Poultry Netting 12/48/3 - Green, 164' and Electric Poultry Netting 12/48/3 - Green, 82'.

Electric Netting 9/35/7- Green, 164'

Use our Green Poultry Netting to safely fence in a wide variety of animals. Effective for use on chickens, sheep, pigs, goats and other small animals including dogs. The fencing features built in posts making the entire netting completely portable. The fencing does not require any tools to install or move. When electrified, this fence provides additional protection from coyotes and other predators. Set up, take down, and move pastures and enclosures in as little as 15 minutes. A fence charger is required to electrify the netting. We recommend a .25-joule, low-impedance charger minimum per net, so 4 rolls would need a 1 joule charger.


Highly conductive stainless-steel conductors

Spacing from top to bottom is 4 strands at 2”; 3 strands at 4”; 2 strands at 6”; 2 strands at 8”

Double spiked step-in white fiberglass posts are built into the netting every 12’ for simple tool free installation and increased stability

4 corner stakes are provided to properly brace the electric netting at the corners

Additional rolls of this fencing can be easily attached to each other creating larger electric netting enclosures

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