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Beyond the Bale : December 2017
Prefabricated wire with a fixed footer (preferred fencing for Queensland cluster fences). Plain electric wire fence with an electrified ground/bottom wire (often used in hilly terrain, for example eastern Victoria). Electrified tape being used to prevent wild dogs negotiating grids. The tape is electrified using a solar-powered energiser. This grid also incorporates a motion-activated light and siren to deter wild dogs. This gate has been designed to minimise the gap between the gate and the posts, and the gate and the ground. It has also been built as high as the fence, and a bed log will be installed to prevent wild dogs burrowing underneath. Sloping electric offset, being used in conjunction with an existing prefabricated wire fence. Fence in a floodway, suspended from a steel cable attached to heavy duty posts dug deep into the ground. Each fence is designed to lift up or fold over in the event of a flood. EXAMPLES OF PHOTOS FROM AWI'S WILD DOG EXCLUSION FENCING GUIDE ON FARM 39