Kyle Coop

In the Brooder
Aug 10, 2017
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Ok so most of the time my ducks are in a large fenced in pen but when we are home we like to allow them to free-range. The issue I am now running into is they do occasionally like to trespass onto my neighbors property. before this becomes an issue I'm looking for a short fencing that is relatively cheap. i need probably 300 feet. Any suggestions????
 

Kyle Coop

In the Brooder
Aug 10, 2017
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5
19
Looking for something around 2 feet tall or so. It's for my Indian Runners which don't really fly and predators aren't much of a concern in my area.
 

The Dapper Duck

Songster
Apr 9, 2019
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If you're not worried about predators or curious dogs, I would say use the snow fence. I use a 3' green version for my ducks when we want to keep them in an area. It's a little easier on the eyes than the 4' blaze orange and it still keeps them in.

I just ordered my first electric netting from Kencove. I haven't received it yet so I can't speak to the quality, but the cost was a bit less than Premier1.
 

Magnolia Ducks

Crowing
Jan 24, 2018
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You could invest into premier one poultry nets, they are amazing!
Or you could get that orange snow fence and use the moveable fence posts from tractor supply
I worry about the Orange fence as the holes seem to be big enough to get a head stuck in. If you are looking for temporary TSC has a roll of black poultry netting with 1 inch squares for about $30 a roll. I use it to keep ducks out of places they shouldn't go and for drake jail. It's about 48 inches high.
 
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