Electric Netting FAQ
With your plot and the right Starkline products, the possibilities are unlimited. Read our FAQs below to learn about our solutions, then choose products that fit your yard, field or farm.
Why Starkline® netting?
Each Starkline netting product is designed for use with different animals. Netting height, number and spacing of horizontal and vertical conductive strands ensure safe and effective containment and protection for each animal type.
Poultry such as chickens, geese and ducks require a taller net with closer spacing between the lower horizontal strands to keep these birds in while protecting them from predators. Horse netting needs fewer horizontal strands and larger spacing so that the electric charge provided by a similarly powered energizer is sufficient to keep horses safely contained.
Starkline electric netting is an all-in-one electric fence system that provides reliable protection and containment for animals, as well as for areas under threat by animals. When animals touch the netting, they feel a short, high-voltage pulse of electricity. Animals quickly learn to avoid contact, whether you want to keep them in or keep them out. We offer solutions to contain chickens, sheep, goats, horses, household pets or livestock, and options to protect gardens, beehives and other growing plots from nuisance animals.
After you place your order, we will pack and ship your items within 24 hours (usually the following morning). The only exceptions being on weekends and holidays- you might expect slightly longer order processing times during these periods.
As with any product involving electricity, certain precautions need to be taken to ensure electric netting is used in a safe and humane way. Electric netting provides a short, high-voltage pulse of electricity when contacted which acts as a deterrent to animals contacting it repeatedly, but does no lasting harm. Young children or toddlers should never be left unattended for extended periods of time where electrified netting products are in use, as they may come in extensive contact with, or become entangled in, the product.
Nope! Attaching the ends to form a complete circuit is recommended when possible, but it is not required.
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