Field Guardian Brown

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Product Summary:

Polytape
 
You are looking at a roll of 1.5" Brown polytape with 13 stainless steel wires for excellent shocking ability. This is a tape great for areas that demand a low tone or earth colors. Environmentally friendly and excellent for horse pastures in residential areas. This polytape has 13 stainless steel wires for excellent conductivity with a breakstrength of 530 lbs and comes in rolls of 656 feet.
 
Polyrope
 
This is a large polyrope with an outside diameter of 1/4". It has 6 large stainless steel wires and a breakstrength of 1,000 lbs.  The color is a rich dark brown, the same brown as shown in our 1.5" brown poly tape. This rope is not highly visible yet strong enough to control animals in the event of a power failure. Excellent yet safe, for permanent horse fences.  It comes in rolls of 656 feet and weighs about 10 lbs per roll.
Style Item Number Model Number UPC
1.5in Polytape E001455 015 TAP 631553 814421010285
0.25in Polyrope E001455 025 ROP 631835 814421011947

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great product
I used this for bottom wire on my pole fence so the mini horse does not get out. It works great as he likes to test fences. Blends nicely with the beautiful scenery of my property. I would recommend it.
August 20, 2013
Go with the better stuff
This is a copy cat product that I bought to save money instead of going with the original brown woven fencing. (HG) I use it for a temp pen, and for inner fencing and I don't like it at all. It's very flimsy, the wires break when putting in the corner tensioners or gate handles. I gave it 2 stars because it is better than plain old wire, and you can see this from a distance. Spend a bit more and get the good stuff.
August 27, 2012
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We've used this product at four different properties. We like the color, and four strands keep our horses contained.
Polly B on Apr 10, 2017
Guaranteed to look better than the white polytape I currently am using
BRANDY K on Mar 3, 2014
We've used this product at four different properties. We like the color, and four strands keep our horses contained.
Polly B on Apr 10, 2017
Choose this product because I have other brown tape on my fence line and thought I would give this product a try.
APRIL K on Apr 30, 2014
Guaranteed to look better than the white polytape I currently am using
BRANDY K on Mar 3, 2014
Choose this product because I have other brown tape on my fence line and thought I would give this product a try.
APRIL K on Apr 30, 2014
Hello, what is the difference between the tape and rope? I'm looking to fence in a couple of horses. Thanks
A shopper on May 29, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I have a friend that used the tape, it is more visible and she thinks it has better connecting fibers. I used the rope (4 lines) and I needed a bigger charger with more joules than what the recommended. However, so did she.
Mine blends in to the scenery, but my horses know it’s there and don’t mess with it.
Twenty years ago I used this brand and product on my horse pastures. It was easy to install and re-tension if necessary, and still looks great.
One customer mentioned "the original brown woven fencing." was better (not so flimsy). Was the fencing I used twenty years ago "the original"? Is it still available?
M. C on Apr 17, 2016
BEST ANSWER: manufacturers update and change their products all the time so i cannot guarantee this is the same product from 20 years ago.