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Discussion in 'Coop & Run - Design, Construction, & Maintenance' started by jrmewag, Nov 3, 2016.
Does anyone have experience with wide pulse energizer for use with a premier poultry netting? Tia
Are you referring to what Premier1 calls "wide impedance"? If so, I believe that is what they recommend. They have a good .pdf download on it.
Most modern era fencers of either low or wide impedance will work, provided they are setup and installed right, and are of adequate size to pack a wallop and serve up some serious jolt when a predator touches it. My motto on this is "when in doubt, bigger is better".
My fencers are low impedance Parmak battery powered units. To date, everything I know of that has tangled with them has regretted it. I don't get many repeat customers. Provided your fencer packs a jolt, most will give you a similar response.
Thank you so much for the input gonna look at those parmark ones.