Electric fence installation tips
Written by Farm Supply Store
Gardeners everywhere face the problem of having to harvest their products before other animals or predators do. Electric fences in the garden can provide a barrier that can deter animals from coming to eat your prized harvests. Depending on the dimensions of your garden, the installation of a garden fence could be completed in less than a day. If your garden is big, you might consider taking the help of individuals familiar with the installation of electric fences to go faster.
The first step in the installation of an electric fence would be to measure down the area of the garden. This measurement would be used to calculated the number of electrical wire and stakes that would be needed to fence the garden. Then you might consult an expert in order to gather the right amount of materials needed to set up the electric fencing.
The next step would be to install the metal stakes and these should be spaced at about three to five feet apart. You could use a sledgehammer or pile driver to get them into the ground. The next step would be the threading of the wire. Next you would be setting the connection by remaining careful about not plugging in the electrical box. After everything is installed you might want to walk around and inspect the wirings to ensure that there is not disruptions. The electric box can then be plugged if no anomalies have been detected.
Jason Governo has acquired tremendous experience in the field of farming fences. His company, Farm Supply Store sells farm fencing supplies and accessories and is able to provide advice on electric fence installation.