Woven Wildlife Fence


  • Woven Steel, Hot Dip Galvanized, or Black
  • Graduated Sizes: 6″ Wide Spacing – Class 3
  • 6 Lines of 3″ – 2 Lines of 4″ – 2 Lines of 5″
  • 3 Lines of 6″ – 6 Lines of 7″
  • Height: 8′
  • Roll Size: 330′ Per Roll
  • Mesh Size: 1.77″ x 1.97″

Tubular 1 3/8” pipe rail steel, pressure treated 2” x 4”s or 4” x 4”s, or metal poles should be used and spaced no more than 15’ apart. For optimum results, use 10 foot posts which should be buried 3 feet deep. When trees are in installation path, wrap the netting around the tree and pull the fence tight before securing to the supports. For additional support, weave a tension wire along the top and bottom of the fence to secure it to the supports.

Deer are notorious for trying to push under fence! In order to keep them from getting in, be sure the fence netting touches the ground so that you can anchor it using 12” to 18” metal stakes every 8’ – 10’, or by attaching a running length of wire end to end, securely fastening it to the bottom of the fence. Additional reinforcement of a metal fence or chicken wire may be added to bottom for protection against rabbits and other animals that tend to chew through the fence.

You will need to attach 12” long white ribbon onto the fence every 10’ at a height of 4’. This will allow the deer to see the newly in- stalled barrier, and keep them from running into it. The ribbon should be left up for six to eight weeks. It is most important to place ribbon along areas of high deer traffic and/or time worn paths (we also recommend using a double layer where frequently traveled paths exist).

Corner posts may need additional support by using braces or support wires to hold them steady.

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