Monday, March 8, 2010

Electric Fencing

A good fence should keep your livestock in; last 25 to 30 years without major rebuilding, repair, or replacement; and be low cost and easy to build. The cost of most fences is half labor and half materials.  For a truly low-cost fence, use only high-quality, long-life materials. The most critical element of an electric fence is maintaining an adequate voltage charge.  To learn more about electric fencing read the extension publication "The ABCs of Electric Livestock Fencing."  To learn more about the fence laws specific to Missouri read "Missouri Fencing and Boundary Laws."

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