- - Fencing
|JustinaMarie ||09-20-2011 06:07 PM |
New not sure if this is where you put it. But anyway what kind of fencing do you have? I have 3 big horses then a mini that are horrible at respecting the fence. prices would help too and maybe pictures thanks :)
|gunslinger ||09-20-2011 08:06 PM |
I've got up woven wire with a hot wire along the top and another hot wire about 18" up from the bottom. No fence challenges at my place! Keeps the kids using the gate too!
|AQHA13 ||09-20-2011 08:10 PM |
Our outer perimeter is 6' chain link with a strand of hot wire to keep them from rubbing, and everything else is Noble brand fencing.
|Koolio ||09-20-2011 09:00 PM |
I have 4 strands of white electric rope attached with screw in insulators to treated wood posts. The top and third strands are electrified and the horses don't go near it. I think I have zapped myself far more often than the horses have. Clearly, they have learned to respect it much faster than I have.
Cost, installation and maintenance are all quite low.
|Nomes ||09-20-2011 09:15 PM |
We have a 5' high four board fence...Heavy Duty!! like literally, you could keep bulls in there :D but, that's just my Dad's style...Maybe try putting an electric hot wire on your current fencing...? that ought to keep them off it.
|Joe4d ||09-20-2011 10:49 PM |
And here I was thinking this would be a thread about mounted swordsmanship
|Nomes ||09-21-2011 11:18 AM |
yeah, that would have been nice! lol!! :D
|Prinella ||09-21-2011 11:46 AM |
Internal fencing is mostly electric, some paddocks only one tape others, mostly pony paddocks 3 strands
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