Electric Fencing for Pigs

Electric fencing for pigs and piglets is a relatively straightforward affair, especially since pigs have very little hair on their bodies and have sensitive snouts.
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Gallagher S200 Solar Electric Fence Energiser/Charger

The Gallagher S200 is a portable energizer that works on solar power. With the S200 you can provide power for fencing of up to 20km.

£549.00

Available
Gallagher S400 Solar Electric Fence Energiser/Charger

Powerful solar panel suitable for fences up to 30 km. Ideal for horses, cattle, deer, sheeps, pigs and goats. Contains a water resistant case, with built in lightning protection.

£739.00

Available
Gallagher B40 9V/12V Battery Powered Fence Energiser/Charger + Battery

The Gallagher B40 battery energiser is the most economical battery device suitable for fences up to 18 km in length (singlewired, no vegetation).

£220.00

Available
Gallagher M1000 Mains Powered Electric Fence Energiser/Charger (230V)

Simplicity, that's our M1000. A very powerful energizer with 10 joule stored energy, which secures voltage at the end of your fence!

£485.00

Available
Gallagher M1400 Mains Powered Electric Fence Energiser/Charger (230V)

The Gallagher M1400 from the special edition range is a powerful mains energiser that is suitable for long multiwire fencing with a length of up to 55 km.

£509.00

Available
Gallagher MB1000 Multi Power Fence Energiser/Charger (230V)

The MB1000 is our 10 joule stored battery powered electric fence energizer.

£489.00

Available
Gallagher M2800i Mains Powered Electric Fence Energiser/Charger + Accessoires (230V)

The M2800i is an extremely powerful energizer with 21 Joule stored energy, suitable for fences up to 80 km.

£1,439.00

Available
Gallagher MBS800 Multi Powered Energiser/Charger (12V/230V)

The Gallagher MBS800 is a multi-power energiser that can be operated with both 230V AC power, a 12V battery or solar panel. You can select your source of power with a button with various settings.

£439.00

Available
4x Gallagher SmartFence 2.0 - Mobile Fence

4 pack. System includes: 4 wires, 10 posts, 100 m length (330ft). Instant portable fence system, the alternative for netting! Easy to put up or take down in 5 minutes.

£874.00

Available
Gallagher Vidoflex 6 PowerLine 200 m - Terra

Vidoflex 6 is known for its excellent conductivity and is suitable for semi-permanent fencing that is shorter than 500m. Vidoflex 6 is now available in several lengths.

£19.99

Available
Gallagher Vidoflex 6 PowerLine 400 m - Terra

Vidoflex 6 is known for its excellent conductivity and is suitable for semi-permanent fencing that is shorter than 500 m. Vidoflex 6 is now available in several lengths.

£35.59

Available
Duopack Gallagher TurboLine Polywire 2x 400 m - Blue

Blue polywire specially developed to keep wild animals out, in specific wild boars. Studies show that wild boars have poor eyesight and primarily see the color blue.

£76.99

Available
Electric Fencing for Pigs

Pigs are intelligent animals, so they soon learn to stay away from an electric fence. However, it is widely understood that pigs generally bolt forward when startled, so you should always use strong galvanised wire, not polywires or fence tapes. If weaker fencing materials are used, there is a risk that an animal could become entangled in a broken, but still live, electric fence.

Most electric fences for pigs use only two lines, one 15-25 cm from the ground and another 40-60 cm high. The lower line is designed to come into contact with the pig’s snout, especially if they are ‘snuffling’ around near the fence, while the other would come into contact with the pig’s body should it brush against it. Obviously, you should adapt the fence line heights depending on the type of pig(s) that you have or if you have piglets.

Contact us at [email protected] for help and advice about electric fencing for pigs and piglets.

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