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A: I use this to keep deer from rubbing their antlers on trees and shrubs. It is somewhat flexible and might sag quite a bit in the use that you mention. Also, the connections are welded and could break if put under a downward force. You would have to hang the plants from the wire on the upper side of the weld. Large plants would probably over stress this gauge wire
A: I’m sure it could but for holding weight I wouldn’t recommend. My Great Dane managed to bend it so definitely not very durable
A: not recommended, dont believe it strong enough to support weight works great for small fencing projects
A: Only if it wasn’t more than a couple of feet high at the peak, or if you had a small diameter pvc or cpvc arched frame to support it. It’s too flimsy to do a walk-thru arch for cukes or whatever
A: GardenNana - thanks for your question. We do not recommend this application for 14 gauge steel welded wire.
A: Yes, but you will need to build a frame for it
A: Not without a stronger structure to hold it up. Ive used 1/2” galvanized conduit to bend hoops for an arched trellis. The fencing can be attached with zip ties
A: Yes, strong enough for my long bean. I made three of them
A: Yes. Just make sure you install it snug to them ground. It is strong enough to handle deer ramming it.
A: Yes I use it to keep dogs and critters out of my gardens just make sure you have a solid post it will work for years.
A: Yes, I have mine for keeping my Great Pyrenees, Shih Tzu/Yorkie mix, and Pomeranian in the yard. No issues keeping them in the fence.
A: Yes it is strong enough. If you put it up with poles in the ground the puppy should not be able to crawl under unless she is a digger. It keeps deer out and is easy to use.
A: I would say yes if you don’t spread the posts to anchor them to too far apart and she doesn’t dig under the fence.
A: Strong is a subjective word for this fence. Will it keep a small dog, chicken, or rabbit inside the fencing? yes. Keep Raccoons, foxes (if built right) , and other wild animals from getting to your livestock? Yes if you build the coops or boundaries well with proper support. Will it carry or hold up to a certain weight? Well ho knows it is not made for that sort of usage. BUT it can easily be cut with a good pair of wire cutters or grinder. Conclusion: it will hold up and perform the job it is designed to do and yet still easy to trim with a simple good pair of wire clipper (i.e. you do not really need any special gear to cut the wires)
A: This wire fence is stronger than the green one. It withstood deer this past winter ramming it. It did bend when a deer jumped and hit one section. I was able to straighten it out. You can cut it to size with wire cutters. I have about 200 feet of this and it is holding up well after several years.
A: If you have strong fence post a deer couldn’t run through it I have had them try they can jump over it.
A: I am not sure the definition of strong but it is 14 gauge. To size it I cut it with wire clippers. Deer can’t go through it. Most animals won’t climb it. It doesn’t replace chain link for strength. It is durable. Maybe send a question about intention for use and I can answer strength more specific.
A: it is 17 strongs
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|Material||Galvanized Steel||Metal||Galvanized Steel||Galvanized Steel|
|Features||Galvanized||No Additional Features||Galvanized||Vinyl Coated|
|Product Length (ft.)||50 ft||50 ft||50 ft||50 ft|
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