1. I’m so glad you’re making the mistakes for us. I’ll have to remember to start with electric fences right away when we have our pig adventure.

    • @Anna: Glad to be of help (and amusement!). It’s definitely worthwhile to design the fencing up-front with electric in mind. Another benefit of electric fences is the ability to move them, so you can put your pigs onto fresh ground once they’ve dug up the old area. It’d be an awesome way to turn a fresh bit of ground into a vegie patch!

  2. Loretta Rayford

    I love what you guys tend to be up to. Such clever work and reporting!

    Keep up the great works guys I’ve added you guys to my own blogroll.

  3. […] Once in place, you have to go through a training regime with your dog to teach it not to linger near the boundary. The audible warning tells the dog when it’s close, and if it continues toward the fence it gets an electric shock from the collar. One or two hits from that, and they stay well back – just like pigs with electric fences. […]

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