When visiting Premier's website—below the logo and slogan are a series of tabs, Sheep-Goats-Poultry-Horses-Garden/Wildlife-Deer-Cattle-Hogs/Pigs-Camelids. (Before we go any further, camelids is a one word way of saying llamas and alpacas.)
|Tabs shown above.|
Select the relevant tab for your fencing needs—I'll select sheep. Go to the left hand column and click on Fencing.
Your fence options should now be shown. Since we're discussing netting, we'll focus on the temporary and semi-permanent options. The main differences being, how often do you intend to move the netting? Daily/weekly—choose temporary. Less often? Semi-permanent.
|Fencing options for sheep (Semi-Permanent options not shown).|
From there you decide on Plus or Standard nets (post frequency), length, height, strut or string verticals and type of spike. Don't forget support posts for ends, corners and any major directional changes.
Now that you've chosen your fence, it's time to choose an energizer. Unless you already have one, in that case you're done!
Click back over to Fencing and select Energizers (DC, AC or Solar).
At the top of the results select energizer comparison chart. This will take you to a chart detailing all of Premier's energizers.
Click on the type of unit you need, AC (plug-in) or DC (battery or solar).
In the upper right corner you can again select the type of species you are fencing. Scroll right and you will find the number of nets each energizer can power. There is a range, (i.e. 2-5, 3-6) depending on energizer output in dry grass/soil conditions. If your soils are typically moist, go with the higher number and vice versa in dry conditions.
|Energizer power source are the selections at the upper left. Species type is at the upper right. (Energizers can be used for multiple species.)|
These options should help narrow down energizer and net choices. As always, if you have any questions give us a call at 1-800-282-6631 and we'll help you out.
Coming soon—advanced filters to help narrow down your netting and energizer selections.