Benner's Deer Fence system has been designed over the past 15 years. It is not just posts and plastic mesh. The accessories work well with the system and should be given serious consideration when planning your project. As a total system you can be assured the fence will keep the deer out, protect your gardening investments, yet leave you with open views of your landscape. In fact you may be startled to see a deer at the fence and wonder - what side of the fence is that deer!
Fence Post Systems
Galvanized powder coated black posts in various sizes and lengths depending on your projects’ specific requirements. The ‘Heavy’ and ‘Medium’ duty post kits are very strong. Their design allows for ground level installation, a most safe and convenient feature. The 'light' posts are designed more for the temporary fence installation that may come down at seasons end - example veggy gardens. There are alternative posts available in the marketplace. We must say however that like a house, the foundation is critical for strength and longevity. More »
NatureScape Fencing recommends reinforcing our fencing along the top with our Nylon Tension Cable. It is a black, UV treated, 11 guage (1000' spool) specially formulated nylon monofilament. More »
The final step to ensuring a deer-proof enclosure is securing the fencing to the ground. Our years of experience have shown deer wander the perimeter of the fence in search of an opening, Deer are notorious for putting their heads down and pushing up on the barrier. More »
Hogrings are a `C` shaped item in rows of 50 which are loaded into the Stanley Hogringer. These hogrings have multiple uses but in our application are used to attach the fence mesh to tension cable. More »
Black nylon locking zip ties that are 7.5" long are used for securing the fencing to our posts. Typically, five are used per post, but when utilizing high-tensile wire, an "x" or "bow tie" technique is used to secure the cable to the posts. More »