XV80MF-12 Volt-225 Ah Leisure Battery Numax

Numax Electric Fencing Batteries: Fit onto your paddock-Fit and forget AGM paddock batteries

Numax Electric Fencing Batteries

Numax Electric Fencing Batteries
Numax Electric Fencing Batteries

Numax Electric Fencing Batteries

Here in the UK, millions of people keep horses. So do you have horses? Do you want to know the best way to keep them safe in their paddock? As the friend of a horse fanatic, I have had many years of experience building safe electric fences. So, I would like to share with you some of my findings and expertise.

Electric Fences using Numax “fit and forget batteries”

It can work well to a certain extent, but not all horses respect it and simply rip it down when they get excited and start running. Other animals, of course, are more placid and don’t have the same problems. If you have calm horses, then you will probably be OK. Of course, the ribbon can break if a horse gets tangled in it.

electric fence for horse paddock

Numax Electric Fencing Batteries

Electric Fence Charger comes with the Numax “fit and forget” system

As a result, you’ll need a powerful system to deliver a good shock. So the horses will respect your new electric fence. Naturally, if you are getting a poor reading on the metre, then it’s likely that your fence is grounded out somewhere. In the winter, the snow and wet weather can act as a bit of an insulator. Of course, between the ground and the horses. Horses have a thick winter coat, so you must ensure everything is working well.

Horse people do know what they are doing and have tremendous knowledge

about their animals. So with the Numax battery system, they will always have a charged battery. Just change the battery and recharge the old battery? simple.

It can work well to a certain extent, but not all horses respect it and simply rip it down when they get excited and start running. The ribbon can break if a horse gets tangled in it. You have to get a powerful one to give a good shock so the horses will respect your new fence. In the winter, the snow can act as a bit of an insulator between the ground and the horse, and horses have a thick winter coat, so you must ensure everything is working well.

eric roberts
Follow me