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Poultry Netting Galvanized 2" Mesh

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WAS Price: $7.30 - 20.90

Galvanized Poultry Netting w/ 2" Mesh

  • "Chicken wire" is ideal for protecting livestock and gardens
  • Poultry netting is galvanized for long life

Commonly known as “chicken wire,” this economical, 20-gauge poultry netting is ideal for protecting livestock, gardens or other properties. Galvanized for long life. 2" mesh. All rolls are 50 ft. long. Imported.

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Poultry Netting Galvanized 2'' Mesh
 
4.2

(based on 5 reviews)

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Pros

  • Keeps animals in/out (3)

Cons

    Best Uses

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      5.0

      I would buy this again

      By new farmer

      from Genoa, WV

      About Me Do-It-Yourself

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      Pros

      • Keeps Animals In/Out
      • Variable Usage
      • Weather Resistant

      Cons

      • None Noted

      Best Uses

      • Hold Insulation Up
      • Light Wt Enough To Handle
      • Pen in Animals

      Comments about Poultry Netting Galvanized 2'' Mesh:

      using this to hold up insulation under a mobile home. easy for me to handle as i am a female-do-it-yourselfer, and i live alone. not only holds the insulation up, it keeps critters from trying to tear it out for nesting. will be buying more for the chicken lot mid summer.

       
      4.0

      a good down to earth price

      By Bob

      from Shepherdsville Ky

      About Me Do-It-Yourself

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      Pros

      • Keeps Animals In/Out
      • Weather Resistant

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Pen in Animals
        • Protect Garden

        Comments about Poultry Netting Galvanized 2'' Mesh:

        is going to be a chicken pen for my layers and friers

         
        5.0

        Poultry netting

        By Harley bob

        from Shepheredsville Ky

        About Me Do-It-Yourself

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        Pros

        • Reasonably priced

        Cons

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            Comments about Poultry Netting Galvanized 2'' Mesh:

            Priced the same product at my local building supply store and was amased how much I saved by buying from Gempler [...] and still saying almost 50 percent

            (0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

             
            3.0

            Keep the rabbits at bay

            By Paul

            from New Jersey, U.S.A

            About Me Do-It-Yourself

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            Pros

            • Keeps Animals In/Out

            Cons

            • Imported

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              Comments about Poultry Netting Galvanized 2'' Mesh:

              To my knowledge, Rabbits have not developed the ability to chew through metal, nor to telepathically tranport themselves to the vegetable side of the barrier I have constructed of this netting. Accordingly, I recommend it's use wherever you need to protect vegetables and a varmint rifle is just plain out of the question.

              (4 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

               
              4.0

              good deal but not perfect

              By gontora

              from central NYS

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                    Comments about Poultry Netting Galvanized 2'' Mesh:

                    This chicken net was much cheaper than what I find locally but it is missing a horizantal reinforcement wire that runs through the whole length of the netting that is placed at every foot of height. It is great at keeping animals that do not climb or fly out but if posts are used they must be very close together (requiring more posts and therefore cost) so that skunks (in my case) do not push and/or dig their way under the netting. I was hoping it was just a matter of getting this net up to keep skunks and rabbits out but it is not that simple. The missing wire mentioned earlier does not affect the ability of the animals to get through but the overall durability and the ability of the fence to stay up.

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