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    How to Construct Electric Fencing for Horses & Other Livestock: A Step-by-Step Guide

    by Jenny Griffin

    A guide to planning and constructing electric fences for horses and other livestock. Learn what materials are needed to build an electric fence; what options are available, and how to select the best option for your needs. Step-by-step instructions guide you through each step of the process, to help you get your electric fencing up in no time at all.

    The guide covers electric fencing for horses, cattle, goats and sheep, poultry, pets, as well as the use of electric fencing to keep problem animals out.

    This electric fencing guide is designed so that each chapter can be read as a stand-alone section, and thus used as a quick reference for that specific topic.

    Presented in simple language that is not too technical, this electric fencing guide provides step-by-step instructions on how to plan and build electric fences to contain your livestock and keep problem animals at bay.

    How to Construct Electric Fencing for Horses & Other Livestock — A Step-by-Step Guide

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    AUTHOR BIO

    Jenny Griffin is a freelance writer and author specializing in topics related to pet care, animal welfare, and environmental issues. She is passionate about animal welfare and has worked with animals all her life, having owned her own pet shop, dog grooming parlor, and educational mobile petting zoo. Jenny has a Diploma in Nature Conservation together with a BSc Honors degree in Zoology, and has worked as an Environmental Education Coordinator for two NGOs, and as a Scientific Research Officer at the University of Cape Town – where she conducted field research on the breeding biology of African penguins.

    Jenny resides in a rural coastal village with her extensive menagerie of rescued animals, which over the years have included horses, goats, pigs, chickens, rabbits, guinea pigs, rats, hamsters, and a variety of parrots and conures that give her much pleasure. She has had extensive experience hand-rearing a wide variety of avian species, including conures, parakeets, larger parrots, and even penguins and other orphaned wild birds. When she is not writing or caring for her feathered and furry charges, Jenny can be found surfing the waves at her local beach, spending time with her horses, or relaxing on a hammock with a conure on her shoulder. 😉


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