I have a portion of fencing for my ostriches that is pallets as wellI don’t know how strong ostriches are nor do I own any, but this pallet fence is designed for large pigs and it can be modified to fit your needs. It would take a while to collect all of the pallets, but it seem to be relatively inexpensive.View attachment 1982391 Ps. This picture shows only a small portion of the fence to give you an idea on the structure.
where would i get locust post from?Actually there is a MUCH more cost effective way then the recommended woven wire. When I picked up my birds from the breeder I was FLOORED. All he had was split locust post, 2 posts high (maybe 4-5ft off the ground). He said in 5 years he's had zero issues. I ignored this and spent $$$$$$ on 6 foot high woven wire. Ostriches are dumb, they can't see it. I have had nothing but issues. I created new pens with wood posts (that I harvested from my property, so FREE) and you guessed it, zero issues. Hope this helps
They have not gotten out of the pallet fencing, at regular height as well. There seems to be a strong mental barrier to anything they can see. you can buy different types of wooden posts at Lowe's/Home Depot/ Tractor supplyhave any got out of that part? and how many pallets tall is it?