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7.5-foot Poly Deer Fence Kits (100 – 500 Feet)

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Polypropylene deer fence kits that create reliable 7.5-foot fences. Gates not included. Options include braces, rodent barrier, support bands, a top support wire, and extra posts.

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  • Earth Anchor Braces * 

  • Extra Posts with Sleeves and Caps * 

  • Fencing Upgrade to Deer 3 * 

  • Rodent Barrier * 

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    Here’s what we give you that other vendors don’t:
    1) Clarity — a clear description of what you’re getting — with our opinions, your options, and what works spelled out clearly.
    2) Quality — The highest quality, longest lasting deer fencing materials sold anywhere.
    3) Low Prices with No Baloney — We provide what you need in each kit, rather than selling bare-bones kits and then offering high-priced “options” that bust your budget. For instance, each of our 6, 7, and 7.5-foot poly kits comes with a bottom fold (needed to keep deer from nosing under the fence) and a top support (tensioning) cable to make the top of the fence run straight and prevent the fence from sagging. These are included in the kit price.

    Products included in every 100 feet of each kit:
    1) 100 x 8 feet of professional polypropylene deer fencing (Deer 2) to make a 7.5-foot fence with a 6-inch bottom fold.
    2) 7 round black galvanized steel posts with sleeves and caps for a fence with a finished height of 7.5 feet.
    3) 1 drive cap (anvil) for installing post sleeves.
    4) 8+ strong 10″ nylon zip-lock fasteners per post for attaching the fencing to the posts.
    5) 18+ foot-long kinked galvanized ground stakes to secure the fencing to the ground.
    6) 10+ white warning flags to warn the deer away from a new fence.
    7) Fence installation instructions.
    8) Top support (tensioning) gear:
    a) 100+ feet of black braided steel cable
    b) 4+ brace bands for securing the cable to posts
    c) 10 to 18 u-bolt clamps for terminating runs of cable (a process using 2 u-bolts per run)
    d) A hog ring stapler with plenty of black circular staples for attaching the top of the fencing to the cable.

    Options:

    1) No-chew (rodent) barrier (recommended). Purpose: to keep rabbits and woodchucks (groundhogs) from gnawing small holes that deer commonly enlarge to enter the enclosure. Price: about $1 per foot.

    2) Earth anchor braces (highly recommended). Purpose: to resist strong sideways pulls (from tensioning cables, deer impacts, tree branches, and snow loads). Earth anchors provide bracing that is stronger, less visible, more effective, and less expensive than the huge corner, end, and gate braces offered by other vendors. Plus, if you back up one post with your earth anchors on the corners, you can avoid having any attachment wire hanging outside the fence. Fences up to 100 feet long generally don’t need braces. For all fences over 100 feet, get 2 anchors for each corner and gate, 1 for each end. Price: about $10 per anchor.

    3) Extra posts with sleeves, caps, and brace bands (not recommended for most fences). Purpose: to shorten the average distance between posts from about 15 to about 10 feet. Needed for fences in really snow-prone areas (like Buffalo, New York). MANAGER’S NOTE: Deer fences are light and posts are expensive. While many vendors are willing to sell posts for any spacing, no deer fence needs to have an average post spacing of less than 10 feet. Price: about $40 per post, sleeve, cap, and brace band.

    4) Gates: No gates are provided with these 7-foot poly deer fence kits. Purchase your gates here.

    5) Digging Bar (recommended for rocky soil): If you’re driving in a post sleeve and strike a rock or root, it’s not convenient—because you need to remove the sleeve and start again a few inches away. To avoid that, use this digging bar or the one you have in your garage. Put a piece of tape at the 29-inch mark. Then push the bar an inch or two into the ground, or tap it in with a hammer. Next, leaving the point where it is, stir it like you would a big cauldron of soup; tap the bar in again; and repeat. In short order you will reach the tape you put on the bar to indicate you have reached the right depth. That proves no rocks or roots are in the way. Now remove the digging bar, insert take the post sleeve, and tap the sleeve down with your hammer and the drive cap that comes in the kit. It’s easy. Price: about $75.

     

     

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