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Articles

A selection of articles written by or about Electric Fencing Direct Ltd and Poultry Supplies Direct Ltd.

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Daily Telegraph - September 2014

Copy of an article written by Helen Yemm for the Daily Telegraph with regard to electric fencing protecting gardens from badgers.

Thorny Problems - Helen Yemm Telegraph Article - 25th Oct 2014

Smallholder - July 2012

Frequently asked electric fencing questions.

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Love Horses - Your Local Equine Magazine - Winter 2013

 

(link toWhy I Love Horses)

Practical Poultry - Issue 96/March 2012

Information on our Easy Gate product (Link to Practical Poultry Website)

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Practical Poultry - March 2005

Pictures of electric netting taken from the page heading of an article in Practical Poultry March 2005

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The Smallholder - October 2004

Copy of article written by Helen Yemm. High lighted text reads as follows:
The good - and more sensible - news is that the solar/battery-powered moveable mesh fencing continues to work a treat, so the hut is surrounded by a generous predator-safe scratching ground.

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The Smallholder - June 2012

All you need to know about energisers - 'Energiser - the power behind electric fencing'

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Smallholder - March 2013

All you need to know about Three Reel Systems

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Nationwide Bowler - Issue 26

Protect your bowling green with electric fencing / View Bowling Electric Fencing Kits

Smallholder - March 2012

Article on electric fencing for pigs.

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The Telegraph Gardening Supplement - January 2005

Copy of article written by Helen Yemm. High lighted text reads as follows:
The good - and more sensible - news is that the solar/battery-powered moveable mesh fencing continues to work a treat, so the hut is surrounded by a generous predator-safe scratching ground.

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The Telegraph Gardening Supplement - November 2004

Copy of article printed in theTelegraph Gardening section November 6 2004 written by Helen Yemm.

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"The nifty 1.2m (4ft) high electric mesh fence has tread-in posts and is a tasteful shade of dark green that vanishes into the garden landscape. It comes in kit form (in a choice of 25m or 50m (80ft or 160ft) lengths)and is quite easy to install and move about.

We are using the 50m version which is powered by a battery, backed-up by a small solar panel. It would of course have been cheaper and simpler - had it been possible - to use a standard mains connection. the fencing system, from Electric Fencing Direct, is the brainchild of Bob Taylor, who himself keeps poultry and who helped devise a package to suit us. The company also provides electric fencing to keep other animals in and assorted predators out."

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