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Wire Mesh Goat Fence - Item specifications: * model # p-89 * roll measures 40" tall x 164' long * carries animals including poultry, goats, massive puppies, and llamas * also allows defend animals from predators * use a low impedance fence charger with at the least .25 joules of electricity in step with internet. Additional power will offer a greater memorable enjoy for the could-be predator. Usually maintain fence electrified if erected. Item additives: * 12 horizontal strands with 15 line posts * 19 corner/anchor stakes * 2 tie-down cords * repair package.
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Please don't use pallets for fencing! I bought a five acre dwelling house wherein they used pallets. Pallets aren't made to face up to climate, and after a very few winters, will collapse, leaving nails or fencing tacks in the floor on your livestock to step on and motive health troubles and viable demise!!! It isn't really worth it to shop a couple of dollars on fencing!!!!! Consider me! Use them some place else to re-purpose them but no longer inside the pasture! I sooner or later had to lease a big magnet with wheels on it to discover and dispose of all the nails so my cows could be secure, because the previous owner had definitely left old pallets and placed "new" ones up of their vicinity!!! Horror story!! Carol l. I realize what you suggest, jamie. I've seen folks put a 2x4 about a foot off the ground so their goats can stand on that - due to the fact they're going to face on some thing regardless of what.