Deer Control Fencing Mesh
Deer control plastic mesh fencing, is a high strength 1.2m, 1.8m, 2m and 2.2m high black BOP plastic netting. The polypropylene plastic netting is stretched during manufacture to give it a high tensile strength but ensures that rolls are lightweight (less than 15kg/roll for a 1.8m fence).
Deer fencing mesh will provide an effective barrier to fallow, roe, red and muntjac deer. The deer fence netting will provide a barrier to deer access to newly planted plantations, against livestock damage to new hedges and as a perimeter to farm land. Deer tend to roam and forage over vast areas, and plastic deer mesh fencing offers a cost-effective solution for controlling their access. The mesh filaments are fine, but very strong, meaning that the mesh fence tends to be failry unobtrusive as it merges into its background.
Available in 1.8m x 100m, 2m x 100m, 2.2m x 100m and 1.2m x 100m rolls, deer control fencing mesh has a 50x50mm mesh aperture with a weight of 80g/m² and is designed to last many years if installed securley by battening to wooded posts. We strongly recomend using straining line wires to provide extra strength. The netting can be attached to these wires with our hog ring pliers.
1.8m, 2m & 2.2m deer mesh will protect from all deer (including Roe, Red, Fallow and Muntjac). 1.2m heights can be used for Roe and Muntjac deer.
Features and Benefits
- High tensile strength BOP stretched plastic netting
- 1.8m high and above fencing will keep out red deer
- Plastic mesh netting is black and UV stabilised
- High tensile strength of over 5.8kN/m
- Mesh hole size of 50x50mm
Deer fencing is quick and easy to install. Being lightweight the mesh can be carried and installed by one person. Please check out our straining line wires (galvanised and PVC coated) and connecting hog rings which will be required for use with this plastic netting.
DEER FENCING MESH INSTALLATION
When installing deer fencing, it is important to select the correct size treated timber stakes, use line wire to tension and keep the netting taut and to use the correct fixing for the netting. For further details please read the following guide which is relevant to plastic netting and mesh fencing installations: