Wednesday, 24 October 2018 15:52

Electric fence relocated from an armchair

It's not uncommon for farms to be a family affair, but the Drumm family at Mullingar, Co Westmeath, Ireland, have taken this to new heights with their own agritech invention.

Published in Machinery & Products
Friday, 17 February 2017 14:55

Fencing enhances freshwater in many ways

Fencing waterways protects freshwater from nutrients, effluent and sediment by excluding stock and creating a buffer between water and the land.

Published in Management
Monday, 06 June 2016 14:55

Free fencing tips

For a third year, Taragate offers visitors its Fieldays fencing demonstrations on an expanded site.

Published in General News
Wednesday, 30 March 2016 09:55

130 years old and still going strong

Waratah has designed and developed fencing products for 130 years, always aiming for easier to install, simpler to maintain and better performing fencing.

Published in Machinery & Products
Saturday, 06 June 2015 15:54

Innovation in electric fence handling

Carry-Mate electric fencing gear is made from rotationally molded high density polyethylene, giving it enough strength and flexibility to handle everyday farm use. 

Published in Special Events
Friday, 05 June 2015 12:27

Don’t fence me in

For the second time, Taragate Ltd will be the principle sponsor of the fencing demonstration area.

Published in Special Events
Thursday, 04 June 2015 10:37

New take on old design

Fencing systems manufacturer Strainrite has used clever design and modern manufacturing technology to refine an old concept, and introduce the Tangle Free electric fence standard.

Published in Special Events
Thursday, 04 June 2015 08:22

Fastest fencer to hang up his pliers

One of competitive fencing’s living legends will step down from singles competition at this year’s Wiremark Golden Pliers at the National Fieldays.

Published in Special Events

Permanent electric fence power and wireless water level monitoring will be prominent on the Gallagher site at the Northland Field Days.

Published in Machinery & Products
Friday, 09 January 2015 15:27

Rise in wandering stock numbers

THE NEW Zealand Transport Agency is reminding Canterbury rural property owners of their responsibility to adequately fence their properties to contain livestock after a significant rise in reports of wandering stock.

Published in General News
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