Electric fencing has been used in agriculture and wildlife management since the 1930s.
Whilst many of the basic components would still be recognised by those early users, the continuing development of energiser technology and new fence materials has resulted in electric fence solutions for a rising number of agricultural and domestic applications. Nowadays, electric fencing is not only used by farmers and landowners to protect crops and livestock, or to create paddocks and strip grazing, but also by a growing number of non-agricultural users.
Throughout the world, people are increasingly using electric fencing systems to protect their gardens, ponds and vegetable plots, or to contain pets and keep wild animals away from expensive bowling greens and golf club greens.
Whether you’re trying to keep animals in, or pests out, an electric fencing system might just be the answer.