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High tensile fencing
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Mike in Va.    Posted 02-06-2002 at 11:26:49       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Hey out there-
Have any of you dealt with ?
They impress the heck out of me. I get tunnel vision real bad and could use some input. I like doing business with the Mom & Pop outfits. I think they are what made this country strong. Let me know what you think-

Whizz    Posted 02-07-2002 at 05:16:48       [Reply]  [No Email]
Mike, I am in Va. also just south of Suffolk near the N.C. line. I have the high tensil fence and I love it. As old-57 said, just make sure you have a good fence charger hooked up. And I certainly agree about the mom and pop businesses. It's a shame so many of them are disappearing. Good luck.

old-57    Posted 02-06-2002 at 15:35:01       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Hi, I dealt with them about 6 or 8 years ago and was satisified with thier service and product. Since I sold the cows a few years back fencing isn't on my top burner anymore. One thing I learned real quick was that while the smooth wire and further post spacing are great, you must have a top quality electric fence charger. The cows loved rubbing thier back and shoulders on the smooth wire, it wasen't long before they scratched thier way through the fence. After I charged the top, middle, and bottom wires they never got out again.

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