A: I have not heard of this and used this fencing around my 20 pound dog with no cancer ramifications.
A: The only real risk with galvanized steel fencing is from breathing fumes while cutting, burning or welding, or from breathing dust from grinding, etc. The warning label on the wire is the brainchild of some litigation department. Zinc toxicity is most generally caused by inhalation, not ingestion. So don't eat it. LOL
A: California thinks everything causes cancer... Last time I checked you can't eat chicken wire and zinc ( galvanizing ) isn't harmful either.
A: Yes, just bury it several inches under the ground. Keeps my terrier in the yard... 6 months so far.
A: Yes, I used a staple gun and fastened it to the bottom of my fence to keep a new puppy in the yard. This is only a temporary solution but it has worked for a few months now.
A: This should help with keeping your pets from digging under the fence. If you are feeling very ambitious you could even install this under your sod to prevent your pets or wildlife critters from getting to your yard. This is a galvanized fence so it will resist rust. Thank You, Jennifer Customer Care
A: Yes, I would think so, If secured fairly well.
A: I bought it to keep my larger dogs from getting out the bottom 2 sections of a rail fence and it works for that, except that if either dog was a digger, they could work their way under. The neighbor dogs have crawled under and I have had to anchor the mesh to the ground with long metal stakes used for anchoring tents. Problem is that the mesh is unruly when rolled out, and without stretching it over a frame, the edges are wavy. To do it again, I would have bought the more expensive and rigid welded wire type fencing 2 ft high so I could get it firmly and consistently attached to the ground. I did eventually buy some coated green roll mesh from my local hardware store that works better. It can be rolled out and managed much easier. Chicken wire is very unruly.
A: Yes, it will keep rabbits out.
A: It is made of metal wire, so I don't expect rabbits to be able to chew it. I think it will work to keep rabbits out. We use to keep geese out.
A: It can keep rabbits out.
A: I would think that a rabbit would have to be very determined to chew thru this stuff. If you use it as fencing, I do suggest that you bury several inches in the ground to prevent the rabbits from digging under it
A: As far as we could tell, it kept the rabbits out. FYI, we were using it for sod and not plants.
A: yes it would
A: yes great for chicken run topper
A: Yes I used it for one of the runs i built in the past.
A: Yes, perfect for a chicken coop.
A: Regular poultry netting will work. If you are wanting to keep out predators you probably want to use hardware cloth
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