Fur Farming-Netting for Enclosures
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Fur Farming-Netting for Enclosures

Fur Farming-Netting for Enclosures




      

Fur Farming-Netting for Enclosures


Fur Farming-Netting for Enclosures-Would one inch mesh poultry netting four feet high make a good fence for skunks?

No, poultry netting is too light and too likely to get broken, allowing the animals to escape, and four feet is not high enough. The fence should be seven feet high, anyway six feet, to keep dogs out and the wire should be of 16 or 17 gauge. Our book Fur Farming will tell you all you want to know about enclosures, and about raising skunks and other animals.

Harding, A.R.. 3001 Questions and Answers. Columbus, Oh: A.R. Harding, 1913.

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