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Anti Deer Fencing

Anti Deer Fencing

Why build a deer barrier?

Deer usually look for the most tender plants to feed on. These animals that like to prey on our crops can cause enormous crop and tree planting damage. Deer can in fact quickly and easily attack robust saplings and peel off the bark. Anti deer fencing lets you protect plants in a practical and efficient manner.

Deer fencing prevents deer from invading and ruining your crops.

Deer fencing as a deer barrier

Anti deer fencing provides us with a physical barrier to avoid problems with this herbivore. This method makes it possible to keep these animals away without turning to chemical products that can have harmful effects. It is a fact that anti deer fencing, acting as a deer barrier, prevents deer and other animals from accessing tree plantings.

CHICKENMALLA® mesh from HORTOMALLAS® makes a tough deer barrier to prevent deer from coming onto your property.

CHICKENMALLA® is the plastic netting that is recommended for tree and plant guards for protection from deer. It prevents deer and other animals from getting to the tree or plant. It can be installed to completely or partially cover the plant. It is ideal for short-term use because of the ease with which it can be put up and taken back down. Animals can still roam but cannot get to the plant or tree inside the guard.

Tough, flexible anti deer fencing

CHICKENMALLA® is designed especially for applications that require resilience and versatility. Thanks to its extrusion process and bi-axial orientation, the netting is used for applications that require little or medium rigidity and require it to be lightweight. In particular, the exclusive bi-axial process consists of stretching the polymers in longitudinal and transverse directions. This generates a molecular structure which has incredible strength. This process is completely mechanical, stable over time, and is a guarantee of long-term durability. This manufacturing feature makes it an excellent material for deer fencing.

CHICKENMALLA® is very practical, flexible, and easy to use for making deer fencing.

CHICKENMALLA® is resistant to corrosion and repels pesticides and fungus. Thanks to its flexibility it can easily be put around plants as a guard and even be folded and anchored to the soil. It is lightweight and easy to transport and store.

How to use the netting to make a guard for protection from deer

In order to cover bushes and trees, one proceeds to unroll the netting and cut it to the desired length with ordinary scissors. Then wrap it around and keep the ends together with cable ties. One can then also anchor it to the ground. One can also delineate the area with the help of metal or wooden posts.

Guarantee of durability

Its not just the manufacturing process that gives this material great strength and durability. In order to improve the performance and safety of the product, additives are added including among others: UV stabilizers, antioxidants, corrosion inhibitors, and deactivators of degrading agents.

Anti deer fencing for a land parcel in a phase of reforestation

When reforestation measures are taken, the risk of the young plants being attacked by deer is very high. In this case, it is recommended that netting be installed as a fence to keep the deer out of the area of tender seedlings and shrubs. The useful life of our netting is quite long: ten years or more. Thus it is perfect for prolonged use in reforestation projects. Unlike chain-link fencing, plastic netting does not harm animals and does not impair plants since it does not rust. Barbed wire can even cause fatal wounds in wildlife.

Build a low-cost fence to protect your flower beds and garden

If you have a homestead or just simply flower beds and a garden and want to protect your plants and your animals from wild animals such as deer, use CHICKENMALLA® netting. 

Chain-link fencing is quite costly, heavy, and difficult to install and move around.

The use of fencing is a common method for keeping unwanted animals out. It is, in fact, the most common way to control predatory animals. It also is the appropriate preventive measure for small parcels that get damaged frequently.

Permanent anti deer fencing

In order to have a long-lasting fence, it is advisable to use well-planted posts. It is advisable to plant them roughly one meter (one yard) deep with a spacing of 4 meters (13 feet) between posts. For the system to be really efficient, high-tensile wire tighteners can be used. Costs can be reduced by stretching two additional cables the length of the netting with a maximum spacing of 25 cm (10 inches) between them. Even though the netting does not require maintenance, it is important to regularly monitor the fence to ensure that it will last for many years.

CHICKENMALLA® netting keeps wildlife out.

The same fencing that gets installed for deer control is also appropriate for preventing damage from other hoofed animals and also from hares and other rodents.

Individual Protection around each Plant

The use of individual protection, that is a guard for each plant, is justified when a garden, vineyard, or grove is planted in areas where it is feared that wildlife will damage the seedlings.

Guidelines for fence construction

Different forms of fence installation are recommended depending on the wildlife that is responsible for the damages and the damages that they could cause. The fact is that some animals not only attack the plants but also remove dirt looking for grubs and roots. In this case the fence can be from 80 to 120 cm (32 to 48 inches) high but the netting should also be buried at least 50 cm (20 inches) deep.

CHICKENMALLA® netting makes for a tough deer barrier to keep deer and other animals out of areas we want to protect.

Deer feed on sprouts of fruit, vegetables, and vines. They also attack fruit trees and forest plants causing damage especially during the growth stage. Netting should be well fastened down to the soil since animals will go under the netting when possible.

Some suggestions

  • Cut the netting at the appropriate height and width according to what is needed.
  • Choose the right posts and plant them so that they are solid.
  • A fence two netting panels in height may be built to prevent large animals (like deer!) from jumping over.
  • If CHICKENMALLA® is used in combination with OBAMALLA® privacy netting, the deterrent effect of the barrier will be increased.

Why build a deer barrier?

Deer usually look for the most tender plants to feed on. These animals that like to prey on our crops can cause enormous crop and tree planting damage. Deer can in fact quickly and easily attack robust saplings and peel off the bark. Anti deer fencing lets you protect plants in a practical and efficient manner.

Deer fencing prevents deer from invading and ruining your crops.

Deer fencing as a deer barrier

Anti deer fencing provides us with a physical barrier to avoid problems with this herbivore. This method makes it possible to keep these animals away without turning to chemical products that can have harmful effects. It is a fact that anti deer fencing, acting as a deer barrier, prevents deer and other animals from accessing tree plantings.

CHICKENMALLA® mesh from HORTOMALLAS® makes a tough deer barrier to prevent deer from coming onto your property.

CHICKENMALLA® is the plastic netting that is recommended for tree and plant guards for protection from deer. It prevents deer and other animals from getting to the tree or plant. It can be installed to completely or partially cover the plant. It is ideal for short-term use because of the ease with which it can be put up and taken back down. Animals can still roam but cannot get to the plant or tree inside the guard.

Tough, flexible anti deer fencing

CHICKENMALLA® is designed especially for applications that require resilience and versatility. Thanks to its extrusion process and bi-axial orientation, the netting is used for applications that require little or medium rigidity and require it to be lightweight. In particular, the exclusive bi-axial process consists of stretching the polymers in longitudinal and transverse directions. This generates a molecular structure which has incredible strength. This process is completely mechanical, stable over time, and is a guarantee of long-term durability. This manufacturing feature makes it an excellent material for deer fencing.

CHICKENMALLA® is very practical, flexible, and easy to use for making deer fencing.

CHICKENMALLA® is resistant to corrosion and repels pesticides and fungus. Thanks to its flexibility it can easily be put around plants as a guard and even be folded and anchored to the soil. It is lightweight and easy to transport and store.

How to use the netting to make a guard for protection from deer

In order to cover bushes and trees, one proceeds to unroll the netting and cut it to the desired length with ordinary scissors. Then wrap it around and keep the ends together with cable ties. One can then also anchor it to the ground. One can also delineate the area with the help of metal or wooden posts.

Guarantee of durability

Its not just the manufacturing process that gives this material great strength and durability. In order to improve the performance and safety of the product, additives are added including among others: UV stabilizers, antioxidants, corrosion inhibitors, and deactivators of degrading agents.

Anti deer fencing for a land parcel in a phase of reforestation

When reforestation measures are taken, the risk of the young plants being attacked by deer is very high. In this case, it is recommended that netting be installed as a fence to keep the deer out of the area of tender seedlings and shrubs. The useful life of our netting is quite long: ten years or more. Thus it is perfect for prolonged use in reforestation projects. Unlike chain-link fencing, plastic netting does not harm animals and does not impair plants since it does not rust. Barbed wire can even cause fatal wounds in wildlife.

Build a low-cost fence to protect your flower beds and garden

If you have a homestead or just simply flower beds and a garden and want to protect your plants and your animals from wild animals such as deer, use CHICKENMALLA® netting. 

Chain-link fencing is quite costly, heavy, and difficult to install and move around.

The use of fencing is a common method for keeping unwanted animals out. It is, in fact, the most common way to control predatory animals. It also is the appropriate preventive measure for small parcels that get damaged frequently.

Permanent anti deer fencing

In order to have a long-lasting fence, it is advisable to use well-planted posts. It is advisable to plant them roughly one meter (one yard) deep with a spacing of 4 meters (13 feet) between posts. For the system to be really efficient, high-tensile wire tighteners can be used. Costs can be reduced by stretching two additional cables the length of the netting with a maximum spacing of 25 cm (10 inches) between them. Even though the netting does not require maintenance, it is important to regularly monitor the fence to ensure that it will last for many years.

CHICKENMALLA® netting keeps wildlife out.

The same fencing that gets installed for deer control is also appropriate for preventing damage from other hoofed animals and also from hares and other rodents.

Individual Protection around each Plant

The use of individual protection, that is a guard for each plant, is justified when a garden, vineyard, or grove is planted in areas where it is feared that wildlife will damage the seedlings.

Guidelines for fence construction

Different forms of fence installation are recommended depending on the wildlife that is responsible for the damages and the damages that they could cause. The fact is that some animals not only attack the plants but also remove dirt looking for grubs and roots. In this case the fence can be from 80 to 120 cm (32 to 48 inches) high but the netting should also be buried at least 50 cm (20 inches) deep.

CHICKENMALLA® netting makes for a tough deer barrier to keep deer and other animals out of areas we want to protect.

Deer feed on sprouts of fruit, vegetables, and vines. They also attack fruit trees and forest plants causing damage especially during the growth stage. Netting should be well fastened down to the soil since animals will go under the netting when possible.

Some suggestions

  • Cut the netting at the appropriate height and width according to what is needed.
  • Choose the right posts and plant them so that they are solid.
  • A fence two netting panels in height may be built to prevent large animals (like deer!) from jumping over.
  • If CHICKENMALLA® is used in combination with OBAMALLA® privacy netting, the deterrent effect of the barrier will be increased.

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