Ferral Proof Fencing
Electric wires are commonly used to improve the effectiveness of this barrier but, on their own, rarely provide a sufficient deterrent to feral animals unless they are closely spaced so that they form a physical as well as an electrical barrier. The insulative nature of animal fur and the high resistance of dry Australian soils means that the spacing between electric wires and earthed subsequent components of a fence is critical if a shock is to be delivered to animals contacting the fence. The severity of this shock is important in determining the animal’s response to the fence. We can install all types of fencing to suit your requirements, just call or email.
The primary determinant of the effectiveness of any exclusion fence relates to its ability to act as a significant physical barrier.
This is usually achieved with the use of wire netting or prefabricated fencing.