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Basics of Electric FencingElectric Fencing AdviceMaintenance and Troubleshooting

A guide to earthing

An electric fence is installed as an open circuit originating at the fence energiser, with current carried by the fence wire.

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A guide to Energisers

Advice on which Energiser will be best suited to your needs.

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Alter the height of your race

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ATV Winder Demo

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Auto Barrow Winder Demo

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Basics of Electric FencingElectric Fencing Advice

Buyers checklist for electric fencing

Temporary fencing, permanent fencing, protecting timber or wire mesh fences & gateways in electric fencing

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Components of an electric fence

The energiser converts electricity from the mains or battery supply into safe high voltage pulses of electric current which travel along the fence.

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Basics of Mobile YardsMobile Yards AdviceProduct Advice

Do I need a mobile yard?

Regardless of flock size every shepherd rates sheep stress and personal welfare as a primary concern.

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Double fill demo

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Electric Fencing AdviceMaintenance and Troubleshooting

Electric fence maintenance

Electric fencing relies on an animal’s ability to learn, once they associate touching it with an unpleasant shock, they will avoid it in future.

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Electric Fencing AdviceProduct Instructions

Energiser Product Instructions

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Basics of Electric FencingElectric Fencing Advice

Equine fencing

If you’re managing large fields, limiting grazing or separating horses or ponies, temporary Rappa electric fencing, easy to erect or dismantle, is your perfect solution. Rappa’s equine fencing kit is also ideal for temporary fencing during events and shows, separating horses for reasons such as laminitis prevention, rehabilitation or behavioural issues, interior fencing for track […]

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Basics of Electric FencingElectric Fencing Advice

How an electric fence works

The energiser sends a pulse of electrical current down the fence wire.

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ComponentsMobile Yards AdviceVideos

How to fit a forcing gate

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How to fit a hurdle support post

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How to fit a two way connector

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Mobile Yards AdviceSeries 12Videos

How to load a Series 12 Yard

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Mobile Yards AdviceSeries 10

How to set up a Series 10

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Electric Fencing AdviceMaintenance and Troubleshooting

How to test your electric fence

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Basics of Mobile YardsMobile Yards AdviceProduct Advice

Mobile Yard Terminology

Useful terminology for Mobile Yards, components & accessories

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Electric Fencing AdviceProduct Instructions

Other Product Instructions

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Our Yard Design

Our unique mobile yard design

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Basics of Electric FencingElectric Fencing Advice

Planning your electric fence

Careful planning saves a lot of time and energy. Use our checklist to help you work it through.

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Electric Fencing AdviceMaintenance and Troubleshooting

Protecting your Energiser from lightening

Lightning strikes can severely damage your fence energiser, although you can minimise the risk during electrical storms by disconnecting the energiser from the electric fence and from the power supply.

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Our experts will listen carefully to your requirements and help build the right set‐up for you. We can often get in touch with a nearby Rappa yard owner to give you a chance to see one in action. Drop us a message or call us to request a quote.

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