Baygard Premium 1/4 in Electric Rope

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Baygard Premium 1/4 in Electric Rope

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Product Summary:

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Baygard 1/4" Premium Grade Electric Fence Rope
Heavy duty, highly visible fence rope with low impedance conductors.  Full three year UV warranty. Tinned copper leads offers less resistance making it a better conductor than stainless steel.  Mix of white with black and yellow cords make this rope attractive yet highly visible. 
 
Product Features:
  • Monofilament with 6 strand tinned copper leads
  • Low impedance conductors- 0.064 ohm/m resistance
  • High visibility
  • 995 lb break point
Item Specifications:
Color:
White with Yellow and Black cords
 
Size:
1/4" D x 656' spool

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Easy to Install, and east to repair when the deer (and sometimes the horses) break the line.
CHARLENE H on Mar 1, 2016
The tape fence just doesn't hold up well and I wanted to try the rope.
Monica K on Mar 5, 2014
Can the rope be coiled up or cut off and still work?
Allen F on May 11, 2016
Best Answer: When I have cut it, you need wire cutters for the metal strands as well as a good knife or scissors for the rope. Then, use tape &/or tie a knot in the ends so it doesn't fray. It's somewhat of a hassle to cut it so I prefer to design the fencing so it uses the entire roll. Besides, I need fewer connectors too!
I take an extra roll of this electric rope with us camping so the horses can graze in the mountain meadows. I don't want to cut it because the temporary corrals vary in size and shape. I leave the remainder of it coiled up and put it in a plastic or rubber bucket (so it doesn't ground out if it should tip over or have vegetation touching it). I also use it in this manner throughout the seasons to help rotate pastures at home to prevent over-grazing. It seems to work fine while still partially coiled. However, I think it's helpful for the horses to learn to respect electric fencing at home along their fence lines before using it elsewhere.
Reply · Report · GENEVA F on May 12, 2016
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Is this to much of a shock for golden retrievers in a 1/2 acre pasture?
Bean M on Apr 6, 2017
Best Answer: There are like 4 teeny tiny metal wires woven into the rope. I suppose it has some bite to it, and my horses seem to respect it. Not sure if they stay in because they are being polite or they think it is dark magic. I would not trust the shock alone to keep them in. I use this fencing for visibility when I rotated pastures... and add a strand of regular electric wire under it. I have not had much luck keeping dogs in with electric fencing, but some people do use it. To answer your question, Your dog might Yipe! or even Kay-ya-yea! But not fall down with seizures... He might also learn to duck down under it and run fast so it does not shock him at all. I hope this answers your questions.
Reply · Report · MARIA A on Apr 6, 2017
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what is the recommented and also maximum spaceing of the T Posts if is decide to use this product?
bob r on May 17, 2014
Best Answer: I put my plastic posts 21 feet apart. Hope this helps.
Reply · Report · RONALD P on May 17, 2014
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What is the longest anyone has had this product ? How does it last in cold, heat, and snow ?
A shopper on Nov 12, 2014
Best Answer: Spring 2010 is when we fenced-in main pasture area using this product. Still looks great & survived mid-west drought of 2012 & record lows last winter. Using it for 2 additional pastures in progress. Highly recommend! Hope this helps.
Reply · Report · CAROLYN G on Nov 12, 2014
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