Wildlife defension fence & wolf fence for game defense at Agrarzone
Wildlife fence Overview:
- To ward off foxes, martens, wolves, wild boars, red deer, wild boar and other wild animals
- Networks are expandable and can be easily connected to each other
- Simple construction and also suitable for mobile use
- Complete packages with net, electric fence and other accessories available
What is a wildlife fence?
A wild defension fence (also called wild net, wild animal net or wolf fence) is an electric fence for the defense against wild animals such as foxes, martens, wild boars, wolves and other wild animals. Your animals are protected against these attackers by a wildlife protection fence. By default, these nets are 50 m long and can be easily connected to each other in larger pastures.
With 3 questions to the right wild defension fence
Step 1: Which wild animals do you want to fend off?
Depending on whether you want to ward off foxes, martens or larger animals such as wild boars and wolves, you need the right fence.
Step 2: In which underground is the wild defense fence attached?
On sandy or earthy ground, we recommend a double point at the end of the fence posts for a more stable hold. If the ground is stony, a single point offers more stability for your wildlife protection fence.
Step 3: Do you need a complete set or are certain components already available?
If you already have an energizer, you probably only need a suitable network for your wild defense fence. We also offer complete packages for wolf defense and wild animal defense. These complete packages contain all the accessories (wild animal protection net, pasture fence, posts, etc.) that you need to operate your wildlife protection fence.
These accessories make sense for a game protection net & wolf net
Electric fence gate: So that you can go in and out unhindered, an electric fence gate is recommended. So you don't have to go over the fence.
Electric Fence Mains Energiser 230V: Simply attach an electric fence device with 230V to the mains. If you have access to an electrical outlet, such a device is probably the best choice for you.
Electric Fence Battery Energiser 12V: If you want to use your wildlife defension fence or wolf fence mobile or have no socket nearby, a battery operated electric fence energizer with 12V is perfect for you.
Electric Fence Battery: An electric fence battery provides the required power for electric fence devices with 12V or powerful electric fence devices with 9V. Since these batteries have to be changed and charged every 2-4 weeks, it is better to have several replacement batteries in stock.
Fence Tester & Controller: To extend the life of your electric fence battery, use an electric fence tester to check the condition of the electric fence battery.
Electric theft protection: Would you like to protect your electric fence against theft? Here you will find the perfect theft protection for your energizer.
Replacement head insulator: In the event of a defective insulator, it is practical to have one or more insulators at hand as a reserve.
Signal tape: For the optical deterrence of wild boar and wolves, we offer a signal tape that you can attach to your wild animal protection fence.
Replacement post for Wildlife net: In the event of a defective post, it is important to have one or more posts at hand as a reserve.
Defense spray: A defense spray works like an invisible scent fence. Marten, red deer, wild boar or other wild animals are put off by the smell. The defense sprays and defense concentrates available from Agrarzone last up to 12 weeks per application.
Live trap: A live trap box trap is ideal for safe and animal-friendly catching of small wild animals like foxes, stray cats, raccoons, martens and other animals. The stable metal mesh gives you direct insight into your animal trap without endangering yourself or the captured animal.
Netting Accessories: Here you will find practical pasture net accessories such as wire tensioners, wire connectors, tools, plug connections or earth drills for your wild animal fence and wolf defense network.
Prevent wild damage with game defense
Wildlife damage is not only unpleasant but also costly. Here we show you how to effectively avoid game damage.
How game damage occurs
Wildlife damage is mainly caused by wild boar. Wild boars are herd animals and therefore usually roam in larger numbers. When wild boars meet agricultural land, serious grazing and trampling damage is the result. The reasons for this are almost exclusively lack of food or lack of water in the traditional area. In coniferous forest areas there is a fundamentally higher lack of food than in hardwood or mixed forest areas. Wild boars require not only vegetable food but also animal protein. This fact is often unknown. In addition to the consumption of forest fruits, the wild boar also feeds on insects, beetles and even mice. Due to the ever lower incidence of forest fruits and eradication, e.g. of the cockchafer, the wild boar lacks sufficient food in its natural form. So when they search for food, they come across agricultural land whose offer is readily accepted.
How to prevent game damage
Wil damage can be prevented either by distraction or protective measures. You can distract the wild boar with a focus on distilling or through targeted wild fields. If this is not possible, protective measures at certain points in time on highly endangered arable land are unavoidable. All optical, acoustic or chemical defenses can help in the short term. However, it is proven that the wild boar gets used to it sooner or later. In the long term, only the electric fence for game defense has proven itself.
Using the example of maize, it is important that the electric game fence is already set up and operated on maize seed. Very often the electric fence is used too late. Then it may even happen that the sows were fenced in the corn. The effectiveness of an electric fence is enhanced when visualized by optical signals. This can e.g. done by attaching a blue signal band. Each, even fleetingly changing game is slowed by the movement, the color blue and the shimmering of the band of this fence first. At each cautious attempt it touches the electric wires and gets an electric shock. The thus stopped game will retreat in shock. Electric shock has a deterrent effect on game but is not dangerous.
This is how a game defense system works
A) An energizer regularly generates current pulses
B) Several wires carry the electricity. These do not have to return to the beginning of the fence.
C) Insulators or plastic piles isolate the current from the earth
D) Mobile or permanent piles can be used.
E) The grounding of the energizer should be placed as deep as possible in moist soil.
When the boar touches the wire, the circuit is closed. The electric current flows through the animal and the earth back to the device. The animal receives an unpleasant but harmless electric shock and retreats. This electric fence system can be used both for fencing and for the defense of animals.
The complete wild defense solution
is called ... AKO WildNet. With the boar defense network you can create an effective wild boar defense easily, fast and uncomplicated. Even with little expertise in electric fence construction, the Wildschweinetnet WildNet can be built in a short time. Fence lengths of 2 km are easily possible. The color blue has been deliberately integrated, as hoofed game perceives blue particularly well. The boar defense net must be well stretched and the fouling regularly removed. Corner posts can be tensioned outwards for stabilization. For optimum use, connect a strong energizer.
The individual wild boar fence solution
Several components are used in an individual electric fence system. Above all, the following points are important:
- The strongest possible energizer with the best possible earthing.
- Very good conductive, visible electric fence wire in at least 3 rows move in (resistance of the electric strand less than 0.5 ohms / meter)
- When connecting the strand ends, do not use knots but use special stranded and quick connectors
- Maintain sufficient ground clearance (approx. 20 cm)
- Periodically remove grassy vegetation to prevent any leakage
- Wire heights to about 20, 40 and 60 cm and integrate a blue signal band for optical deterrence
- Pile distances approx. 4 m
- Either white plastic posts with integrated eyelets or blue fiberglass pole plus 1x spare insulator for the
- use middle strand row
- In the corners or gates use either wooden posts or the AKO Multipfahl made of metal
Expert tip: In wind-intensive areas, we recommend cutting the signal band into several pieces of 50 to 100 cm and fixing them at the top of the posts. The band flutters in the wind and repels the wild boars reinforced.
Your advantages at Agrarzone
Free shipping for orders over EUR 49: This applies to all deliveries to Austria or Germany. You can find a precise list of shipping costs to other countries here.
No risk thanks to the 30-day money-back guarantee: If your purchased product is not right for you, you can return the item to us within 30 days of delivery without giving any reason. We will then refund the full purchase price.