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Hexa-Gone VS Steel Hex Web Fence

Posted by Jennifer Smith on

Customers shopping around for metal deer fence may stumble on Steel Hex Web Fence - a 20 gauge steel fence with PVC-coating that is used for deer, rabbit, groundhog and even coyote control in gardens. But, then the question looms: what is the difference between the original Steel Hex Web and Hexa-gone Fence?

Hexa-gone is the stronger big brother of Steel Hex Web Fencing. It is still virtually invisible from 20 feet away and contains 1" x 1" mesh holes; however it contains a 1250 breaking strength and is made from hot dipped galvanized- Class 3 coating that will prevent rusting for up to 30 years!

While Steel Hex Web is available in multiple sizes, Hexa-gone only comes in 7.5' x 100' rolls at this time.

Difference Between Steel Hex and Hexa-Gone

Steel Hex Web Fence is a best selling deer fence for a number of reasons. For one, this type of metal deer fence is chew-proof and can be used for a number of applications including livestock protection; coyote management and to repel rabbits/groundhogs. Best of all, Steel Hex Fence is virtually invisible which is the [...]

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Spring Forward: Pushing the Clocks Ahead

You may have noticed a change this Monday morning. Things may have looked a bit...darker. We are just days away from the first day of Spring (March 20, 2018); and that means that homeowners can finally start planting spring flowers (the good news). (The bad news) Moving the clocks forward on Sunday was more than just losing [...]

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Rabbit Management In Winter

Often, growers think that just because it's wintertime that agricultural damage from deer and small critters won't happen; but we forget that all types of wildlife need to eat, too. For white-tailed deer, they will eat tree bark or fallen leaves and wait for the 'good stuff' in the spring (gardeners' freshly planted vegetables, flowers, [...]

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Strategies for Winter Garden Protection

It's a new year; and what better way to move forward than with a well-cared-for organic vegetable garden? Eating organically isn't just good for you and your family; but it is good for your pocket book. By growing your own vegetables and fruits, you are turning a hobby into a daily lifestyle. Did you know [...]

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