bird netting/wire

bandbaustin

Songster
12 Years
May 21, 2009
621
24
226
Valparaiso, IN
Pacific netting out of washington, very reasonable, extremely polite and a good company to deal with it. I just a bought a 30x30 of their heaviest netting for under $100
 

Tomski

Songster
9 Years
Thanks for the reply!
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Farmington

Songster
10 Years
Jun 2, 2009
161
1
109
Northeast Ohio
Check out Cutler Supply, in Michigan. www.cutlersupply.com They have heavy weight Top Rite netting in the 2" size 12.5' x 75' for $62.95. It's great netting, and has stood up well to the heavy ice and snow we've had here this winter. Cutler was very nice to deal with, and I think their prices are great.
 

hennyannie

Songster
8 Years
Mar 12, 2011
1,641
10
131
North Carolina
Found some light weight bird net at a local OLLIES store. I however do not have any predator problems to speak of. The net is on top of 6 foot chainlink. Also the peices are like 12by14 but easy to piece together.I just use it as a precaution against flying out only. No one has tried to fly in so far (hawks, owls etc.) Wish me luck. Knock on wood etc.
 

hennyannie

Songster
8 Years
Mar 12, 2011
1,641
10
131
North Carolina
Forgot to say the price was under 5$. Also the label says for use for ponds, orchards etc. It may not work for permanent. I move my panels alot so I dont want to use expensive wire.
 

Tomski

Songster
9 Years
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Yea - actually, I was thinking of going with the lightweight bird netting... My actual coop is pretty big and well lit, The Chix will be in there during the night time anyway. I was just thinking of something to "DETER" the hawks
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and and Chix from flying out. The run itself will be 7' high...

I'll have to do some checking at some of the local feed stores, TSC...etc.

Thanks!
 
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