High-tensile fixed-knot fencing material is the best performing and high value available on the market today. It offers class 3 galvanization which lasts three times longer than class 1 galvanization, the fixed-knot design provides greater strength and performance than hinge-joint mesh, and deep crimps in the horizontal wires allow for stretching during installation to hold tension and offers flex if any animal or other may run into it.
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Both 2096-12 and 23120-12 are good boundary fence, deer exclusions and other low-pressure areas. 2096-6 and 23120-6 serve as boundary fence, as well as other medium- to high-pressure areas. 2096-3 and 23120-3 are great breeding and fawn pens, plus other high-pressure areas. Lastly, 1775-6 is designed for internal fence for smaller deer species, but consider the jump height of the species before selecting it.
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It is most often a barbed wire along the base of a high fence. It deters underdigging of a fence. Other advanced options include fence skirting or electric off-set wire.
Commonly found in ranch fencing, the it is a knot created with a steel wire used to hold a vertical stay wire to a horizontal wire (line wire). This knot technology offers superior rigidity and vertical posture to create one of the strongest ranch fence materials on the market. It is considered the premium option, and tests have proven it has the highest vertical strength, moving and loosening less under pressure.
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