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    Alpha Buck
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    Default Rabbit fencing ideas

    Hi all, although my buns have large set ups, plus runaround kit, Iíd really love them to have some free garden time. I canít let them free range due to : our large garden has 10 neighbours backing onto it, all with different fencing, some with hedges and it would be expensive and difficult to Rabbit proof it, also, I have lots of plants that I donít want eaten, plus, said neighbours have dogs so I canít risk them getting through.
    So, what Iíd like is to have some easily moved fencing that I can partition off parts of the garden so that when Iím out gardening, I can move to cordon off bits of the garden for them to run around in/mow the lawn. I have one sturdy puppy pen panels but it quite heavy to move and I can only do it 2 bits at a time. Itís also not very long and too expensive to do a large area.
    Any ideas? Itíd have to be able to be stuck into the ground, such as with spikes or something? And perhaps rolled up when not in use?

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    Hello!

    I have previously used this kind of thing for exactly that: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Green-Coate...n+wire+fencing

    I've found if you're not going in too long of a straight line, it'll stand up if I just secure it at the bottom with tent pegs. For straight stretches, or if I wanted to leave it somewhere a bit longer I'd stake it - canes cut into lengths and woven through?

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    Hello! Hope you’re well, I’m still using all the runaround kit from you, and it’s still great! This is exactly right, thanks, I’ll get a roll and see how I get on with it! I knew someone on here would know! Thanks x

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