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Internet # 205960867

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1 in. Mesh x 2 ft. x 10 ft. 20-Gauge Galvanized Steel Poultry Netting

$16.46
/roll
  • Galvanized poultry netting is rust and weather-resistant
  • Used to create pens, protect plants, and prevent soil erosion
  • Economical, lightweight, easy to use and install
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About This Product

Flexible and lightweight, EVERBILT 1 in. x 2 ft. x 10 ft. Poultry Netting is constructed from galvanized, zinc-coated steel wire for durability and rust protection. Versatile in use, Everbilt chicken wire can create chicken coops, animal confinement, soil erosion prevention, garden protection, plant support, arts & craft projects, and more.Everbilt poultry netting features a hexagon-shaped wire mesh netting designed to be durable while remaining flexible to adapt to a wide variety of applications. This poultry fence is packaged in compact mesh fence rolls, making it easy to handle and transport until time to use. U-posts (not included) are recommended every 5 ft. for fencing applications for an effective fencing style.

Highlights

  • 20-Gauge steel construction
  • Mesh Size: 1 in.
  • Roll Size: 2 ft. H x 10 ft. L
  • EVERBILT metal fencing is constructed of galvanized steel wire and for corrosion resistance and extended use.
  • Perfect for fencing in free-range chickens and animal confinement applications such as chicken coops.
  • EVERBILT chicken wire is also great for gardening applications such as plant support and protection, soil erosion protection, vegetable garden netting, insulation support, bird barriers, garden fences, or customized trellis for climbing plants and flowers.
  • Recommend use of U-posts (not included) every 5 ft. for fencing applications.
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Product Information

Internet # 205960867

Model # 308400EB

Store SKU # 771283

Specifications

Dimensions

Mesh Size (in.)1 inProduct Height (in.)24 in
Product Length (ft.)10 ftProduct Thickness (in.)2.72 in

Details

Chain Link TypeWeldedColor FamilySilver
Fence ApplicationSecurityGauge20
MaterialMetalProduct Weight (lb.)1.75 lb
Returnable90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer WarrantyNone

Questions & Answers

7Questions
caret
Q:Hello. What is the best protection against animals getting in my vegetable garden? I recently purchased a raised Garden bed from your store.
by|May 13, 2021
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A:  It depends on what animals you mean. Dogs and cats? You need to have a repellant that will keep them from digging. Squirrels can be kept out with fencing--chicken wire like the fencing pictures is not going to be effective if they really want to get in--the holes are too large and squirrels have no problem climbing it to bury their nuts or seeds. Squirrels, however, do NOT eat your vegetables. Groundhogs are a different matter--they not only climb almost any fencing, they also EAT the plants. So your best bet is to get them to move out by locating the holes where they are coming from and pouring ammonia down into the holes, then blocking them with large rocks. Eventually this will work--and they will dig out holes that aren't in your location. Fencing like hardware cloth, with much smaller holes and that is sturdier, will also help keep them out. If you only fence your garden, your fence needs to be buried in the ground a foot or more to be effective. If deer are a problem, bags of human hair (get it at a hairdresser's shop) can repel them. Put the hair in cloth bags or cheesecloth wraps and hang it on perimeter fences. There are numerous bagged repellents that also work--but they need to be reapplied after rain, or after a couple weeks--keeping it refreshed will help a lot. they usually repel any rodent-type animals and others as well. Use Google to find other methods. The raised bed is a good plan--but do fence it with something as well.

by|May 13, 2021

A:  I use this Wire to protection my roof from pigeon feces but it can be used for many purposes.

by|May 14, 2021

A:  Not this one get the smaller netted one

by|May 20, 2021

    A:  I used a few rolls of this and some stakes to keep deer away from a new smoke tree and it's been very effective sinceI I installed it a few years ago. I recommend this fencing.

    by|May 14, 2021
    caret
    Q:How do I open the roll?
    by|Apr 17, 2021
    3 Answers
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    A:  There’s a wire that’s wrapped in it to hold it together

    by|Oct 12, 2022
      1 found this answer helpful

      A:  Hi Izzy, to open the roll, cut open the paper packaging holding the roll together, then you can begin to unroll the fence by unweaving the individual wire going from the outside to the middle of the roll. At that point the roll will be free to unroll.

      by|Apr 20, 2021

        A:  Carefully with a wire cutter.

        by|May 14, 2021
        caret
        Q:What is the thickness of the wire?
        by|Jul 2, 2020
        2 Answers
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        A:  The thickness of the wire is about 0.01 inches.

        by|Jul 4, 2020

          A:  Label states: 20 gauge

          by|Jun 24, 2021
            caret
            Q:Can this be used in concrete. I cannot find a cost effective planter and want to fabricate my own...
            by|Aug 13, 2019
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            A:  I don't know why it wouldn't work just fine. Are you aware you can make your own large planters called Hypertufas? Google the term--they are made of concrete and peat moss, and this would be a fantastic product to use as a mold or reinforcement Shape your planter to the size and shape you want, cover this with plastic sheeting and mold your hypertufa mixture over that. Hypertufas are porous--and plants love them! And they can be colored and decorated. Not as heavy as concrete alone when made.

            by|Jun 19, 2020
            1 found this answer helpful

            A:  This is thin chicken wire. You can use it for mesh netting or to staple to a fence like I did for flowers and bushes to grow on. To do concrete work might require more girth'y rebar than this. This product cuts with general scissors.

            by|Aug 16, 2019

            A:  It would work but I don't think it would give you much strength but would help hold the shape of planeter box...

            by|Jun 19, 2020
              1 found this answer helpful

              A:  nmnmnmnn

              by|Jun 19, 2020

              A:  No, it cannot be used in concrete.

              by|Aug 16, 2019
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                I used the Everbilt 1 in. x 2 ft. x...
                I used the Everbilt 1 in. x 2 ft. x 10 ft. Poultry Netting on my dry creek bed drainage ditch. Because the landscape fabric was so slick and my rocks and compost would slide off, I asked my nephew Brandon for suggestions. He was right, this chicken wire was the best solution. I also used landscaper adhesive on the rocks and jute webbing on the steep banks. It all looks great and has weathered the recent rains well!
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                Used to make protective cages for trees.
                I used this wire to make deer-proof enclosures for newly planted spruce plugs. It's easy to work with and should keep my trees from becoming snacks this winter when food is scarce. Once the trees have developed healthy root systems and are staring to outgrow the cages, I can easily remove cages and set them free, probably in 3-5 years. I would recommend this wire, for many projects.
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                  Perfectly fit. Solved our problem. Just the amount we needed without excess.
                  Perfectly fit. Solved our problem. Just the amount we needed without excess.
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                  exactly what I was looking for to keep my little dog from darting off a very high deck. Perfect a...
                  exactly what I was looking for to keep my little dog from darting off a very high deck. Perfect and perfect price! The roll is about 3" wide so straightening it out was the biggest thing. Delivery was on spot. No complaints.
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                  Bought to run along our fencing to keep our little dogs in. Worked perfect.
                  Bought to run along our fencing to keep our little dogs in. Worked perfect.
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                  I used it to make a dirt sifter to sift out rocks for a french drain. Nifty Spiffy!!
                  I used it to make a dirt sifter to sift out rocks for a french drain. Nifty Spiffy!!
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                  Worked great for my stucco 2'x2' repair...
                  Worked great for my stucco 2'x2' repair
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                  What a fun, easy project
                  I was wanting to make a few of my cabinet doors in the kitchen a little more "farmhouse". I decided to cut some of the center of the doors and replace the wood with chicken wire. To think for just a few dollars, I was able to transform my entire kitchen by doing such a fun, easy project. All I did was take a jigsaw, cut out the center panels of 4 doors (have 22, total)...using an electric staple gun, I attached the chicken wire...put the handles back on the doors and that was it! I wasn't sure what the 10' of wire would get me but it was plenty for this project and still have a partial roll left. It's fairly thin netting and cuts easily with some shears. My only advice is prior to use...unroll the wire and either roll it in the opposite direction or lay something heavy on it....you can imagine that after thin wire has been wrapped tightly...it'll want to curl up. It wasn't a big issue but thought I'd mention it. The quality of this wire actually exceeded my expectations. it has a bit of a luster which I didn't expect. (Thought it would be more of a dull look, not at all!) I would recommend this product, for sure!
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                  worked exactly how I wanted
                  My son and I planted a garden this summer for him to have a project. The rabbits kept getting into it and eating his crops. We planted stakes and used this as a fence to keep them out. He's almost ready to harvest his first crop!
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                  This netting is very strong and yet easy to work with.
                  I used this more for decoration than animal security. I used it on our cabinets instead of class or blank panels. I really liked how flexible the material is.
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