By Wayne R / May 25, 2015 / 1 Comment
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Very helpful article. My experience with an alternating hot/ ground system in lush green grass, however, can lead to shorting out the fence with the 80 % moisture grass touching the ground and the hot wires at the same time. This system works great for short grass or dryland grazing though. Thank you for the nice article.
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