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8-foot Welded Wire Fences as Kits

These 8-foot welded wire kits provide plenty of height to keep out deer.  Like the 7-footers they come in lengths of 100, 200, 300, 400, and 500 feet. The 14-gauge 2 x 4-inch steel mesh of these welded wire fences is more robust than metal hexagrid fencing. So if strength is a real priority, these are the best to get.

All of the kits feature round black steel posts equipped with drive sleeves for ease of installation. In general, where height of the fencing is an important issue, these 8-foot kits are the best choice.

These 8-foot welded wire fences, as well as their 7-foot cousins, are more expensive than our plastic or metal hexagrid fences, and they are also more visible than either of these competing products. Another down-side is that they handle ground irregularities poorly, because they want to run straight along the ground; and the ground, unless it is pancake flat, does not always want to cooperate. However, they are strong enough to deal with significant numbers of deer and are also sufficiently strong to keep out elk. They also run straight enough not to need any top support wire; and, likewise, they are rigid enough so that they are unlikely to go sliding down a post, which means that brace bands are not necessary — which is why neither of these accessories (top wire or brace bands) are offered with these kits.

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