Rabbit-/Hobby Netting 65 cm | 25 m Single Pin - Green

Brand: Gallagher
Brand: Gallagher

Rabbit-/Hobby Netting 65 cm | 25 m Single Pin - Green

SKU: 077281

£85.00

Incl. VAT 20%
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This netting is suitable for rabbits and other small pets. The netting can also be used to protect your garden or paddock against small animals.


Gallagher Rabbit-/Hobby Netting 65 cm | 25 m Single Pin - Green

Description

This netting is suitable for rabbits and other small pets. The netting is 25 m long, comes with 9 posts of 0.65 m high and a single ground pin. The netting is extremely easy to install and can be linked with other netting to cover larger distances. The netting can also be used to protect your garden or paddock against small animals.


Main Features

  • Complete fence net with 15 stakes and 10 horizontal wires
  • Easy to install and move
  •  Nets can be connected to each other without any problems
  • Also very suitable for protecting gardens, fields or pastures
  •  Can be electrified (separate fencing unit required)


Complete fence net for rabbits and other small pets. Also very suitable for protecting garden, field or pasture. Easy to install and just as easy to move. The length of the fence net is 50 metres. Is that not enough for you? Thanks to the low resistance, you can easily attach several nets to each other. The fence net includes 15 stakes with a single ground rod, which are already incorporated into the net. The earth poles are 65 cm high.

Rabbits

Rabbits particularly young ones can squeeze through small gaps so being extra thorough is really important and will also save you a lot of heartache later on if they sneak in.

To achieve best results, please note you will need to surround your garden with a maximum 31mm hole size with a minimum height of 0.9m above the ground. Any lower than this, than the Rabbits can jump it. The metal netting pins included, hold down the turf back and hide the netting underneath, also another advantage of this, is that rabbits usually tend to hop up to a fence and then will start to dig when they hit the wire netting just under the surface, they will stop and hopefully go somewhere else.

Tip: Knocking in posts next to hedges can be difficult, using the metal pins instead of posts, drive much easier into the ground between the roots.

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