Wowen Wire:
This is a very effective physical barrier because it can hold up to ongoing abuse. It is best suited to high-pressure areas and even the most severe weather won't break down this fence.

High Tensile Wire:
High Tensile Wire can endure excessive pressure from livestock as well as low temperature contraction without loosing its elasticity.

This cost-effective and safe electric farm fencing can stand alone as a permanent perimeter fence, or moved around for rotational grazing, and can be used as a portable or temporary fence for horses, sheep, cattle and other livestock.

Acreage Guide

Use this diagram to calculate the number of rods of fence required to enclose fields of different sizes. Please click on the image below if you want to see bigger diagram.

Acreage Guide
1 rod
= 16½ ft.
10 rods
= 165 ft.
20 rods
= 330 ft.

¼ mile
= 1,320 ft. or 80 rods
½ mile
= 2,640 ft. or 160 rods
1 mile
= 5,280 ft. or 320 rods