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high tensile wire fence

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Horse yards and handling facilities
... working yardó1.80 m high. An electric wire incorporated as a standoff in the fence is often used to limit rubbing ... wire fencing will probably be necessary to keep the capital cost down. An example of the specifications for a useful horse fence is as follows: 1.40 m high 5-wire (plain, 2.75 mm or 11-gauge high tensile) strainers every kilometre ...
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Constructing High-tensile Wire Fences
... Fence High-tensile wire fence is an effective barrier for controlling and protecting livestock. Some advantages of this type of fence include ease of handling, minimal maintenance, and high strength. High-tensile wire fence ...
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Fencing Materials For Livestock Systems
... contact and low temperature contraction without losing its elasticity. High tensile wire undergoes reduced stretch or sag, which is commonly associated with conventional fence wire. This type of fencing is not recommended ... Fasten 1 min/post High tensile wire (per wire) Unwind 1/100 min/ft Stretch 10 min/stretch point Fasten 1 min/post (2 min/post for electric fence) Electric fence controller 2 hrs ...
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... development of the sword and swordplay (see previous article.) Fencing Even Virtual Reality Needs Barbed-Wire Fencing A brief run down of cattle equipment vendors' Web sites, and a plea for ... fencing. From my research the best fencing available for sheep is the New Zealand style high tensile fence, which will keep the sheep in and the predators out. Simple Homesteading The Renaissance swords ...
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