Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 50
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by BeBe Hard to find color is perfect!
Wanted black poultry fence for son to build a scooter basket, as recommended by dealer. Didn't want common green. Read blog where guy actually painted green plastic fence black, but the paint rubbed off. What a find this black plastic fencing was! Thanks Home Depot! Very happy! (Added bonus-- we actually have chickens, so the excess fencing will be put to good use!)
December 16, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Miri Made a kitty corral
Ordered two of these to put around my 14' x 14' deck railing to keep the cat from going out in the yard. Used Tenax 7 in. Black Poly Fence Ties (50-Pack) to secure the netting to the railing.
April 22, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by clapsters Looks durable.
I attached the poultry hex fence to my black wrought iron gates to keep the dog in, and unwanted critters out of the yard. Matches the color of he gates so it blends in and looks good. Assuming it will hold up as it looks durable enough.
March 19, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by KPWA Black Poultry Fence
I used this material to line my new black metal fence. It works great to keep the critters out, is easy to move into alignment with zip ties. I didn't cut it down...used dirt to bury the excess to get it to look even due to sloping property. Great product for the price. It is hardly visible and will work great for my vining rasberry bushes as they mature.
July 1, 2012
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by ILDogOwner Keeps little dogs in, but rabbits eat through it.
We bought enough of this to go around our entire yard to keep our two small Maltipoos in our yard. We attached it to our existing black aluminum fence with zip ties. It installed fairly easily. When secured tightly to the fence, it works at keeping in little dogs. It is also not very obvious from a distance, so our neighbors barely noticed it. The problem with it though, is that the rabbits have already chewed nine "rabbit sized" holes through it. (We've only had it up about a month.) Those "rabbit sized" holes are also Maltipoo sized. We repaired a couple of the holes but the rabbits ate through them again. We have nothing all that enticing in our yard, so I'm not sure why they are so determined to get in. We are now looking into a steel or aluminum alternative. Probably should have just done that in the first place....
June 6, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by James Puppy Guard
We used this product to block our new puppy from getting through our wrought iron fence.
Needed 150 linear feet of this product. Had difficulty finding the 3 foot black, but I was
able to get it at home Depot. So far so good - we can now let our dog roam the yard.
This guard now also keeps rabbits & skunks out as well so we feel that he is safer when he goes out.
He is too young for rabies shots & were concerned about animal bites to him.
Much easier to work with than chicken wire & the black product is hard too see so it is much more pleasing to the eye. It is more expensive than the green color, but worth the additional expense.
June 17, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by SusieLawnQueen Cool product!
I needed something to put against and iron fence to keep one dog inside the yard (she can get thru the bars on the fence..) I have been using metal hog wire..BUT it rubs against the fence and ruins the paint job. I DISCOVERED this PLASTIC "chicken wire" by accident! It is perfect! Also, I have a 4 foot section inside the house as a "temporary" dog gate...I use those 3M Command hooks on the door jamb...and then "hook" this netting over it. Keeps dogs out of the "cat feeding room" and a small hole cut thru the netting at the bottom, allows the cats the walk thru. It is then easy to take down, roll up and toss in the closet!! No more bulky metal dog "gates" needed!!!
April 24, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by martyr4 Black Poultry Fence
I used it to attach to a Wrought Iron Fence that has 4 inch spacing between each bar. Some how our 2 dogs are able to sqeeze in-between these even though their heads look to big to do this, not to mention the rest of their bodies. I attached the pieces I cut to size using plastic zip ties on the inside of the fencing. So far it's worked as planned and the dogs no longer are able to get to the Patio Screen Door to tear it up by jumping onto the Screen. The plastic itself could be made of a little heavier gauge but if it keeps working that will be fine as is. We will also have to see how durable it is in our Valley heat.
May 26, 2009