Rabbit Electric Netting - 50m roll

Product Code
  • 50cm high x 50m
  • Each roll comes complete with 15 insulated extra long spiked posts fitted
  • Nine electro-plastic twine horizontal lines moulded with plastic knots

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Delivery is free on orders over £250 within a 70 mile radius of our depots. For orders outside a 70 mile radius of our depots, delivery costs will apply. For orders under £250, delivery costs will apply.

Delivery costs start from as little as £5.99 but is dependent on the size and weight of your order. All delivery costs are clearly stated in stage 2 of the checkout, once you have entered your delivery postcode.

About product

This electric rabbit netting is very popular with those wanting to exclude or contain rabbits and need a quick and easy to erect fencing system. The electric net is essentially a very secure mesh made up of electrified poly wires that will give a shock to any animal trying to get through when an energiser unit is connected.

Several nets can be joined together by the clips at the end allowing the pulse from a fence energiser to go from one net to another with maximum effect.

Each roll comes complete with 15 insulated extra long spiked posts fitted, ready for quick and easy erection.

Nine electro-plastic twine horizontal lines moulded with plastic knots.

Each electro line wire has 3 x 0.20 mm stainless steel conductors enmeshed within the twine, plus a tenth base line which is not electrified.

Electric netting is known for being very power intensive so when choosing an energiser to electrify the netting please check it will be suitable


  • Size: 50cm high, 50m long
  • 10 lines (8 electrified)
  • 15 x Support posts
  • Mesh pattern: 59mm vertical spacing, horizontals 8 x 59mm, 2 x 118mm
  • Colour: Green now stocked
  • 4 x Pegs and repair kit also supplied per roll


Electric fences require maintenance regularly, below are some bullet point checks.

  • Keep your fence as free from growth as possible – Growth impairs the output of every commercial appliance and results in increased power consumption, especially with battery-driven appliances
  • Make sure you have a good earth, more nets may require a stronger energiser resulting in more earth stakes required
  • When joining nets make sure you use secure clips
  • Regular checks should be carried out for line breaks
  • Keep fence wire and earthing rod free from rust – Rust is an insulator
  • Ensure that each point of the fence is live using an electric fence tester

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If you have any question about this product or its suitability, get in touch with our expert team if you need any help. We would love to hear from you.