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GOAT-TUFF Fixed Knot Fence provides safe containment for goats and other livestock on your property. Not only does its secure design protect against predators, but it also keeps your animals from putting their heads through the fence and potentially injuring themselves. This high-tensile steel wire solution especially comes in handy when you have goats that like to jump, chew, and cause chaos.
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|ROLL LENGTH (‘)|
|FENCE SPEC||WHERE USED||REASON|
|842-3||Pasture & exteriors, raceways, birthing areas, Kid pens, holding pens, high pressure areas||3″ spacing for complete predator control – predators can’t get through|
|842-12||Pasture, interior, and cross fencing||Economical 12″ spacing|
|949-12||Pasture, interior and cross fence for larger goats, low pressure areas||Economical 12″ spacing for bigger goats|
|1348-3||Pasture, exteriors, raceways, birthing areas, kid pens, holding pen||3″ spacing for complete predator control|
|1348-12||Pastures, exterior fences||Economical 12″ spacing with predator control|
The ideal distance between posts for a fixed knot fence largely depends on factors such as fence design, materials, purpose, and terrain. However, the recommendation for post spacing is typically between 10 to 25 feet apart.
A fixed knot is a type of advanced knotting technique used primarily in fencing and agricultural applications. This knot is known for its superior strength, durability, and resilience compared to traditional hinged joints, making it ideal for withstanding various environmental conditions and stresses.
The fixed knot is created by securely wrapping the vertical and horizontal wires of a fence, creating a continuous and uninterrupted connection. This design eliminates the possibility of joints unraveling or loosening over time, maintaining the structural integrity of the fence.
One of the main advantages of a fixed knot is its ability to last up to three times longer than traditional hinged joints. This is due to the increased tensile strength and rigidity of the knot, preventing it from becoming compromised by daily wear and tear. As a result, fixed knot fences often require less maintenance and repairs over their lifespan.