Electric Rabbit Fencing
With rabbits becoming more of a problem you can use traditional netting,either buried or folded, or electric fencing to help reduce the damage they can cause.
For a temporary solution look into fitting an electric fence which is easy to install, remove, re-site and re-use. This can be either electrified netting, which comes in 50 metre lengths which can be joined together, or you can use plain stranded wire on designed plastic posts. The stranded wire can cover long, continuous lengths very effectively, but must be kept clear of excessive vegetation as it will reduce the power from the fence. If used as a temporary fence it is best to have the stranded wire on reels to help tension and store the wire.
For a permanent fence, traditional hexagonal wire net is a popular option, however if there is the facility to run an electric energiser off a mains supply to power your fence, electric fencing using stranded or plain wire, is a cost effective option, easy to install and maintain. The fence is more effective if the posts are angled towards where the rabbits come from, as they get trapped under the wire and it acts as more of a deterrrent.
If you require netting or electric, materials only, or a supply and install service give a call to 01245 380061 or 07980807604 for more information.