Originally Posted by nyg052003
also wanted to see if its working for myself but I sure as heck don't want touch it lol. From what the instruction booklet says though and the number of beeps/blinks it makes per second, it's working according to that
It the charger is blinking/clicking (or beeping) the charger is working. If you actually want to test the fence wire at a certain point, they sell cheap testers that you can hook on the wire and a probe to stick in the ground.
Just wasnt sure rather I might need to be out there when and if he even attempts to be curious.
Horses that are used to electric fences, wire, rope, or tape generally won't mess with it at all. Our mares will graze as far as they can reach without touching it. Every once is a while they will accidentally get too close reaching for the last blade of grass and get a shock, but it just causes them to take a quick step back (similar to a one step spook on the trail).