Installing an electrobraid horse fence is a simple process that can be done in a few hours. The first step is to find the perfect location for the fence. It is important to find a location that is level and free of any debris or rocks. The next step is to lay out the perimeter of the fence. This can be done by using string or by marking the ground with chalk. Once the perimeter is laid out, the next step is to install the posts. Posts can be made of wood, metal, or plastic. The most important thing is that the posts are at least five feet tall and are placed eight feet apart. After the posts are in place, the next step is to install the electric tape. The tape should be placed two feet from the ground and should be taut. The last step is to install the grounding rod. The grounding rod should be placed in the middle of the fence and should be four feet long.
How do you know if your electrobraid horse fence is installed correctly?
To ensure that your electrobraid horse fence is installed correctly, you'll need to check a few things. First, make sure that all of the posts are properly placed in the ground and are the correct height. Next, running the length of the fence, check that the insulator is properly attached to the posts and that there is no bare wire showing. Finally, test the fence by putting a voltage meter on the wire to see if it is registering correctly. If everything checks out, your fence is installed correctly!
Frequently Asked Questions
How many strands of electrobraid for a horse fence?
A minimum of three strands of ElectroBraid® should be used. Four or more is ideal.
What is the warranty on electrobraid electric horse fencing?
Under the ElectroBraid warranty, you are entitled to repair or replacement for any defective product during the first 25 years from your original purchase date.
How to choose the best Electric Horse Fence?
There are a few things to consider when choosing the right electric horse fence. Length is one factor, as fences that are too short won't keep horses in, while ones that are too long can be dangerous. The type of fence also matters- woven wire or solid panels? Some fences have both types. Other factors to consider include voltage (higher voltages mean smaller and more humane electric fields), the ability to add extra sensors to monitor herds, and the price tag.
How high should a horse fence be?
5-feet-high to properly contain horses in field fencing, and 6-feet-tall to contain horses in stall runs and paddocks.
How to install electrobraid® for electric horse fencing?
1 Tips for small paddocks, medium and large pasture fencing Setting up ground posts and electric fence line spacing Using roller insulators and connecting ElectroBraid® lines How to tighten your electric horse fence