Pets make a great addition to family life, and in recent years, people have been moving away from the traditional companions such as dogs, cats, and goldfish, to embrace animals usually found on a farmyard. The popularity of poultry keeping comes as no surprise to us. After all, they’re fantastic company, and who wouldn’t want […]
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