Some great video Deb. Was it raining there, looks like some rain on some of them.
About the location, the wire fencing, do they put that up only for the trial, or is it there permenantly? Would love to use this type of fencing for our trials, but don't know how to install it so it didn't sag if you did it just for the trial.
We had some rain on Saturday but Sunday was beautiful..
The fencing comes with the equipment..we use to put up baby gates but the guy we rent the equipment from start using this and it's part of the package..there are stakes already attached to the fencing and you just unroll it and put it up..it's wonderful..so much easier than our baby gates were.
Deb, is it actually wire fencing? Man, I'd love to be able to have that for our trials. We put up our own, that orange stuff, and it's only about 2 feet high.
I'm not sure what it is exactly but I'm sure you can email Ric and ask him..just don't expect a fast answer..LOL..he's not really good about returning emails...but he is a really nice guy.
That stuff looks exactly like the portable sheep netting we used use with our sheep. In this case the electricity is obviously not connected
The length of a roll isn't really adjustable though, so your ring size wouldn't be really that flexible (although you could have a ton of fencing and just double back to use it up I guess). It isn't a solid wire - sort of a woven plastic-y nylon mesh like the netting a soccer goal or something might have. Small wires are woven in to conduct the electricity.
http://www.premier1supplies.com/fenc...il&fence_id=39 (it comes it 42" heights as well).
Last edited by ZRL; 10-19-2009 at 07:00 PM.