Electric Fence Stakes

Frequently Asked Questions

Ideal for erecting temporary or permanent electric fencing, our electric fencing stakes range includes both plastic and timber stakes. Suitable for livestock including horse, cattle and pig fencing, stakes are available in a variety of sizes and materials for erecting your electric fence. We offer multi pack multi fix stakes so you can multiply your fence with ease. Whether erecting a temporary area for grazing horses or a long term cattle pasture, you can use our stakes to efficiently create your ideal electric fencing. Shop below now to find our star buys.

  1. Vario Post Duo Pack (2X10 pack)
    Vario Post Duo Pack (2X10 pack)
    From: £38.99 £32.49
  2. Ring Top Post
    Ring Top Post
    From: £4.76 £3.97

Electric Fence Stakes - Questions & Answers

When choosing the right type of electric fence post there are a few things you need to consider.

  1. Are you looking for permanent / semi permanent or mobile / temporary electric fencing posts?
  2. Will you be using an electric conductor of wire, tape or rope?
  3. What are you looking to contain/ exclude? Livestock, foxes, badgers, horses, etc

Explore the questions below for guidance.

Clipex electric fence posts

The Clipex 1.8m Eco post is a quick, easy and very durable permanent electric fencing option – simply fit clipex insulators at your chosen spacing and  you are set up for either stranded wire, polywire or electric rope. You can also add a standard electric post cap which will take 20mm tape.

You can read our Clipex electric fence case studies here –

  • Pasture control - https://mcveighparker.com/brochures/?/wp/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/VNo.02-Case-Studies-.pdf
  • Triple x electric horse fencing case study - https://mcveighparker.com/brochures/?/wp/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/VNo.02-Case-Studies-.pdf
  • Deer electric fencing case study - https://mcveighparker.com/brochures/?/wp/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/VNo.02-Case-Studies-.pdf
  • Flood fence case study - https://mcveighparker.com/brochures/?/wp/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/VNo.02-Case-Studies-.pdf

Clipex Pasture Post 1.5m

  • A great option for mobile / semi-permanent electric fencing.  The Clipex pasture post system has been designed to facilitate the growing market for managed intensive rotational grazing. The posts come without an anti lift plate, so they can be used again and again, simple clip in Clipex insulators and create a two, three or four line fence.  Read our semi-permanent electric fencing case study here –
  • Clipex semi-permanent electric fence case study https://mcveighparker.com/brochures/?/wp/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/VNo.02-Case-Studies-.pdf


Multi Fix Horse Stake Green 1.55m

  • Taller than the average electric stake,  1.55m overall height. These posts are suitable for wire, tape and rope electric fencing.  It features a 9mm ground spike with a foot stirrup above to make easy work of putting in to the ground.  Green to blend into the landscape.


Multi fix stake White

  • Most popular stake in the market - This 1.05m plastic electric fence post is suitable for wire, tape and rope electric fencing.  It is moulded from one piece of plastic and feature reinforced bracing on both sides making it a tough and robust post.  9mm diameter galvanised spike with moulded single tread making it suitable for hard ground types.

Pigtail electric fence post

  • This traditional electric fence post is suitable for single line rope or tape fencing.  It is electro galv plated for longevity, moulded top pigtail and features a triangle foot plate for easy ground insertion.  Length 1.05m (85cm with 20cm spike). 

Ring top electric fence post

  • Easy to use and install, this is our most popular option for portable dairy and cattle fences. The design helps to reduce tangling and has a strong footplate which won’t bend under pressure.  Maximum fence height is 0.80 metre. Post height is 75-100cm.   


Different animals (whether you're looking to contain or exclude) will require a different height fence, which plays an important factor in choosing the correct fence post.

Take a look at our handy guide below which suggests the correct fence height along with a number of lines for some of the most popular animals to be fenced in/out with electric fenci