Our fence is 46 total ft. I planted 4 X 4's every 4 ft. They're 6 ft tall and I used 1 x 2, 14 ga. weld wire they called cage wire, 4 ft x 100 ft. I cut it in 7 ft lengths and buried 1 ft into ground and ran it up between the 4 X 4's. I bought a solar charged electric fence. I initially thought that because the fence was buried that it would be grounded enough and I'd run the hot wire on outside close to top of fence, because of door but have learned that fence would not be grounded sufficiently. I will put a 6 ft grounding rod in by the charger and another ground wire 4 to 6inches down from hot wire and might even weave it through the fence. I was wanting to throw the weaving part out for discussion and also maybe put another grounding rod in at the far end of the fence. I see its not uncommon to have several grounds in a row by the charger. Would that be better than at the far end? Just realized I'll have to ground the door cage wire. I've got racoons and hawks. Netting of some type is next. Thanks.