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Pony fence

Fence height

A rule of thumb for the height of pony fences is: 0.75 to 0.8 x withers height of the tallest pony you have.

For an electric fence to provide the best protection for ponies, you need at least two rows on the fence that are adjusted to the height of your ponies. Additional fence rows may be necessary if there is a higher risk, for example, wild animals or a situation where you have both large and small ponies in the same field and where there is a busy road nearby etc.

For ponies we recommend three rows at around 45 cm, 75 cm and 120 cm.

Fence posts

Place fence posts every 4–5 m. Robust plastic posts make excellent mobile fence posts and line posts. These are easy to install, inexpensive and versatile (we recommend Art 44459). To ensure sufficient stability in your fence system, you should place solid wooden or metal posts at all corners and gates, as well as every 30-40 m along an electric tape fence or every 70–80 m along electric rope fences. The Allround metal posts, Art 44387 are a particularly good choice.

Fence height

Due to its high visibility and low risk of injury, electric ropes or tapes are preferred conducting materials to use with ponies.

Electric rope should have a diameter of 6 mm or 8 mm. These are not affected by the wind, can be pulled taut and look good.

The quality of the rope used should be matched with the length of the fence. A simple electric rope with a resistance of 3.45 ohm/m should suffice for a shorter fence (up to about 200 m), e.g. electric fence rope 200 m, 6 mm, white, 7 x 0.2 stainless steel (Art 44160).

For fences longer than this, a high-quality electric rope (low resistance of 0.07–0.104 ohm/m) should be used. Low quality rope will mean that a large amount of voltage is lost over the longer distance, leaving insufficient voltage at the end of the fence.

We recommend our highly conductive Rope 200m, Ø 6mm, 6x0.25 HPC®, High Performance Conductor, (Art 42600), or for particularly high demands, the electric fence rope 200m 6mm, 3x0.30 Copper + 3x0.3 STST (Art 44676)

Electric tape for ponies should be 20–40 mm wide. As with electric rope, the quality of tape required is decided by the length of the fence. The inexpensive electric fence tape 200 m, 20 mm, 5 x 0.16 stainless steel (Art 44140) is sufficient for short fences (up to about 200 m). Longer fences require a higher quality tape (quality A or B) to ensure there is still sufficient voltage at the far end of the fence. For this we recommend, for example, 200 m /20 mm, 2x0.25 Copper + 4x0.20 STST (Art 42812)or the 200 m electric fence tape, 40mm, 4x0.3 Copper + 6x0.3 STST(Art 44675).


The quality of our conducting materials is graded on a scale from A (top premium quality) to E (basic quality). The lower the resistance of the material, the better the current can be transported along the fence without any losses. Using high-quality conducting materials (stainless steel, copper) and a high number of conducting lines, the electric resistance can be reduced and thus improve the conductivity of the material.


The fence voltage should always be adapted to the individual level of risk (animal temperament, location of the pasture). Generally, we recommend a fence voltage of at least 3000 V for pony fences. 230 V electric fence mains energiser

If a connection to mains power is available (even if it's up to 200 m away ), then a 230 V mains energiser is preferred. Mains energisers are available in different performance categories. Even for long fences with a lot of vegetation and animals that are difficult to keep, these will provide sufficient energy and are therefore also suitable for complex fences. A very reliable and versatile energiser for ponies is the Voss.farming V90 (Art 41265.UK). This is also suitable for long stretches of fence where vegetation is present and has an excellent price-performance ratio. Where the demands are particularly high, the Nvi 9000 (Art 44869) is the best choice. This is also suitable for the most difficult fence and soil conditions, improves performance in the presence of vegetation and has an alarm mode. Even very long stretches of fence are no issue for this energiser! Battery energisers

If no mains connection is available, then you can use a 12 V or 9 V battery unit. Additional use of solar panels will save time and money and perfectly complements your 9 V battery-powered energiser or 12 V battery unit. The 9 V Extra Power (Art 42011) is suitable for mobile use and in small pastures. It is also good for separating off individual areas of the pasture and comes with a 55 Ah battery included. For larger fences or for wild animals, we recommend the stronger "9 V BV 3900 incl. 130 Ah battery" energiser (Art 42031).

The 12 V VOSS.farming DV 120 (Art 41330.UK)) energiser will meet the highest of demands. It stands out for its incredible quality, performance and safety and is excellently suited to more difficult fencing.

A more modern approach makes use of solar panels for powering the electric fence. Using solar panels means you don't need to waste time with frequent battery changes and it is an environmentally friendly, low maintenance and affordable way to power your 12 V energiser. A complete kit (Art 43662) that includes the reliable 12V Green Energy battery energiser, metal case and solar panel is available for a great price.


The grounding for any electric fence system is extremely important. Smooth operation of the electric fence system can only be ensured if the grounding has been carefully installed. You should use galvanised rust-free steel poles with a large surface area to make an optimal electrical contact with the ground. For permanent systems, the 1m long special grounding post with angled profile, Art 44219 is ideal. For mobile use, we recommend the practical special grounding post with a round profile, Art 44375.

The energiser should be connected to at least 1 grounding post using a lead out cable (Art 33615). More powerful energisers require several (3–5) posts. Where ground conditions are poor (dry, sandy, stony), it may be necessary to use additional grounding posts. Place the grounding posts 2–3 m from each other and connect them together using a lead out cable. (E.g. lead out cable, Art 33615)


The grounding can be checked using a fence tester (Art 44774). A bypass must first be created. To do this, place iron stakes (or similarly conductive material) into the ground that is in direct contact with the conductive fence materials around 100 m from the energiser. The fence voltage should then drop to around 2000 volts. Now insert the metal rod of the tester into the ground around 1 m from the last grounding post of the energiser and hold the tip of the tester against the grounding post. A reading of 0–200 V indicates that the grounding is good. Voltage readings between 200 and 600 V are within the tolerance range. If you have a value over 600 V it will be necessary to improve the grounding by installing an additional grounding stake in order to ensure sufficient voltage on the fence. Fence accessories Connecting cables / connectors

The best conducting material and the most powerful energiser is no use at all if the electrical connections are not properly made. You should use an electrically conducting fence connection cable to properly connect the energiser to the electric fence. E.g. tape connection cable stainless high-grade steel (Art 44212) or rope connection cable (Art 44512). To properly connect the fence rows to each other use a tape and rope connection cable (Art 44704), or alternatively a tape connection cable (Art 44213) or rope connection cable (Art 44513). Use a lead out cable, Art 33615, to connect the grounding.

Conducting material should never be knotted as this will reduce its conductivity. In the event that your tape or rope breaks or for attaching it at the start and end of the fence, you should always use electrically conducting connectors such as the rope connector, Art 44616 and 44620, tape connector, Art 44660 or the high-grade steel plate set for tapes, Art 44579.

Lightning protection

Lightning protection equipment is designed to prevent lightning strikes from damaging the energiser. The compact lightning protection (Art 44755) guides the lightning strike down into the ground and can be easily installed into existing fence system.


During storms, electric fences are at a quite high risk of being struck by lightning. Without lightning protection, this strike, which can be many millions of volts, travels through the conducting material, via the fence connectors and into the energiser? This energiser is then destroyed. If the energiser is also connected into the mains supply in a stable or similar, the strike can continue into the electricity supply lines and cause an electrical fire in the building. For this reason, regulations forbid the indoor installation of energisers without lightning protection. Field gates

A gate can be a solid metal gate such as the galvanised electric fence gate. To increase the safety of a metal gate, they can be easily electrified using our electrification sets for pasture gates (Art 44441). You can also quickly and easily create a gate using our gate handle with elastic rope kit (Art 44434). A flexible gate system (Art 44935) is very practical and simple to set up. When the gate is opened the rope or tape is automatically rolled up. This means it always stays clean, leaves no danger of tripping and the gate handle won't be left lying around on the ground. If you wish to have your electric fence system fully locked down then we recommend the locking gate handle system (Art 44419). Some insurers will only provide insurance for damages if you have installed gate security such as this.


Gate handles with metal tensioning springs are not suitable for pony fences (risk of injury).

Checking / fence tester / fence switch/

It is a legal requirement that you conduct regular checks of your electric fence system. A simple check can be done using a fence tester with digital display, Art 44698. A fence switch is extremely handy in situations where the fence requires any repair work. These save you the time of having to make a long walk to the mains energiser to turn it off. The robust green fence switch (Art 44767) allows you to turn off the voltage to individual sections of fence and safely repair the fault.


It is a legal requirement that any electric fence systems placed near to public roads and pathways are clearly indicated by a warning sign according. Attach clearly visible warning signs at a recommended interval of 10m to 50m, but not exceeding 90m and at entrances to paths and locations where an electric fence may not be expected carrying the phrase "Electric Fence".(Art 44842)

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