Croft & Small Farms: There’s More Than One Way to Fence in Livestock!

There’s more than one way to fence in livestock!

Don’t sit on the fence and join us online on Wednesday 27th October at 7:30pm when we will be looking at 3 different fencing options.
Synne Foos Bundal from Nofence, the world’s first virtual fence for livestock will explain how it works and the benefits. Malcolm Macdonald, SAC Consulting leads a project working with farmers using virtual fencing and will give us an insight into this.
Geoff Goodfellow from McVeigh Parker will show us the different options to timber post and wire fences, with Triple X fencing.
Steven Chorley from Gallagher will take us through electric fencing, what is required and how to use it. .
These 3 different fencing methods from the traditional timber post and wire fence each have their own place in today’s agriculture.