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Insulator Type
Post Type
Fence Material
Maximum Fence Length (km)
Battery type
Birth Alarm PoE injector

- For powering an IP camera with your existing non-Poe switch
- No need for a power connection near the camera
- No Wi-Fi issues


Birth Alarm PoE Camera

- Resolution: 1920 x 1080
- PoE-capable
- P2P function
- IR night vision (up to 20 m)
- Weather protection class: IP66


Birth Alarm Waterproof Junction Box

- Suitable for the Foscam FI9912P
- Ideal for easthic purposes
- Made from stainless stell
- Concealed cable design


Birth Alarm Wifi Camera

- Resolution: 1920 x 1080 Pixel
- HDR and Magic Zoom
- P2P
- IR night vision (up to 20 m)
- Weather protection class: IP66


Gallagher Galvanised Earth Stake 1.7 m + Earth Clamp

- Good Quality
- Galvanised
- 1.7 m


10x Pulsara Plastic Post 1.55 m - White

For plastic wire, rope and tape up to 20 mm.


Pulsara Elastic Cord | 50 m - White/Blue

- Replacement for pasture gates
- Elastic cord
- Length: 50 m


10x Gallagher Horse Post Terra 1.05 m

The Gallagher Horse Post Terra 1.5 m, stirrup step for easy and safe installation. A twist & lock system is included.


10x Gallagher Multi Wire Ring Top Post 1.10 m - White

The multi wire ring top has several movable insulators, making it easy to put up fencing at the required height. These fencing posts are also extremely suitable for fencing pastures with animals of different heights.


Goodnature® Consumable Co2

- The CO2 canister is what powers the A24 trap
- Enables it to automatically reset and kill 24 rats or mice before replacing a new one


Goodnature® Lure Chocolate Pouch Rat | 200 gm

- Rat Lure 200gm Pouch
- Attracts rats and mice
- Long-life, toxin-free and tastes & smells like chocolate


Goodnature® Lure - ALP Rat

- Make it easier to keep rats and mice under constant control
- It is a set-and-forget system
- Reduces the times you need to check your trap to twice a year


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