Great product-great firm to deal with!!!
I love this netting and my Chickens are very happy being able roam outside the coop. Very easy to move and assemble. But I have three Chihahuas and Mr Chops decided that if he launches himself hard enough he can get through the netting to be with the girls. So I have to watch him as I dont want him to strangle himself by accident. I would have liked a few more ground hooks to stabalise the netting as well. Otherwise a good product and would recommend.
Good quality fencing, I would agree with other reviews, it does need poles closer together (so more of them) or some tent pegs recommended or sold with it as the chickens can definitely get underneath if used as it is currently sold.
I don't know how I managed before without it, it's excellent !! well worth the money and so easy to move around.
It works better with poles only a metre apart. It looks nice but our hens are working out how to get out and in some places we have had to use tent pegs to secure it to the ground. One of our hens jumps on to the top of the eglu and is planning on flying over when she has plucked up courage. but it is easy to move around so overall a good product withslight reservations.
Very easy to put up and take down to move around. have not electrified the fence as its only to keep the chickens at one end of the garden so there is no need but the option is there should it be needed to keep foxes out. extra poles very useful and they're flexible so when one of the younger children fell against the fence the poles just flexed over then righted themselves without snapping. Very happy with this product.
Bought this product as I already had some which I purchased second hand .I was so pleased with the ease in which it can be moved to fit any area and kept the chickens enclosed that I decided to get some more to add to it.Easy to put together and good quality.My chickens have had their wings clipped so they cannot fly over.I have not electrified it as no need as yet.
Does what it says on the box
I now have two lots of this fencing. Most people probably won't need that much but now the girls are weeding and fertilizing the vegetable patch until we do the fall planting!! (We live in a hot climate so we have fall and spring crops not much in the summer) It is really easy to move, a little more challenging to set up the first time, just need patience to get all the bits in place but after that moving is pretty just a few minor adjustments. Their coop and run are in the fencing. I even just had their gate in the fencing and the back, where you clean out of it. I did have to build a barrier of hardware cloth so they couldn't escape over the coop. My girls have some of their flight feathers cut so they don't fly. you do sometimes have to put a brick along places where the ground elevation changes because where they are scratching they get so engrossed they just go under it if there is a gap.
have had my hens only since Jan2011. They have learned how to get out! There needs to be more poles to get the best use of shape and space a gate would be really useful too. I enjoy my hens but they do test for weaknesses. I have had to use tent pegs to keep it more secure at the bottom. I have used chip barking and garden to give them the best free range, but like children they test the boundaries!! You also need to watch out after heavy rain as the netting really dips in the middle and the little angels can even when clipped jump/flyover. Maybe a more rigid top would work better? Regardless of all comments am a very happy hen owner:)