I just wanted to share some of the trial and error that has been happening with our electronet- I have had turkeys out at night since last summer and over winter had a 4 polywire fence (netting on the inside- kind of a my own version of electronet). I hadnt had any losses with my "redneck electronet." But now I think something has learned how to get under the actual electronet that I have now ponied up the dough for. They seem to test it frequently and if there are more than 2 blades of grass touching, the dew does the rest and grounds it out to enough where they can get in. I test the thing nightly and I dont rest well if it is under 8000 volts, but grass happens and wind happens so it is not fool proof. I know all this as i have lost a tom turkey, 6 meat birds (in the fence, in their tractor, it went under the tractor too), and a hen turkey in the past few months. I now use garden staples (I make my own with large diameter galv wire) to staple down the bottom of the fence in 2-3 places and test that it cannot be easily lifted. This and weekly mowing and keeping a dog tied up close by seem to have helped. What I think I really need is a low impedance charger, mine is strong (goes over 10kv) but the wet grass just kills it. I don't think I can get a LGD and have it loose unless it can be contained in the fence and not kill the birds. But that might be where I am headed! I feel like Captain Ahab! Argh!