Duck keeping has really taken off and ducks are becoming increasingly popular pets. They make a great addition or alternative to having chickens. But how much do you really know about your webbed footed friends? Here are some great facts about ducks to get you up to speed: Ducks can be found both on fresh water […]
Netting has proven to be one of the most effective ways to protect poultry from foxes and other predators. However, access into the netted enclosure has always been a hassle and fairly fiddly as you need to turn off power and untie cords.
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It's so simple.... the 'HOT GATE' simply ties onto the end of the existing net and provides hassle free and quick access.
1 x 19mm gate post with out prong that fits into dock (with handle on the top)
1 x 19mm double pronged post for dock (with handle on the top)
1 x 12mm double pronged post at other side of netting gate
1 x 1.25m close mesh green netting 1.1m or 1.2m high
2 x insulated gate handles - attached to posts at the top
1 x dock/foot plate – prevents ground being damaged by removal of pronged post!
2 x galvanised pegs for dock
6 x tie wraps