AKO Wildlife Defence

20 cm 40 cm 60 cm 80 cm 100 cm 120 cm 140 cm 160/180 cm 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 1 “The social, diurnal fallow deer likes to group together in large herds of stags or does. Because of this, major damage to crops can occur in a short time. Fallow deer like to slip through the wires, so keep the distance between wires short. This must be taken into account during installation. Experienced deer then quickly learn what effect electric fences have.” GAME MASTER JENS KRÜGER – professional hunter, forester, outfitter, author 19 Large game useful to use eight wires in ground intervals of 20, 40, 60, 80, 100, 120, 140 and finally 160 cm. Additional rags do not help much in deterring fallow deer. They quickly get used to them. Two pieces of advice: a blue plastic signal tape helps to make an electric fence visible as an obstacle. However, with fallow deer there is a risk – stags can get their antlers caught in the plastic tape and end up with it wound around them as they try to flee. Electric fence netting is also not without risk when it comes to fallow deer, as stags can also get their antlers caught in this. AKO therefore recommends using a WildNet to deter fallow deer. 4 Fence connection cable with alligator clips 5 Signal light 6 Warning sign 7 Insulators Aluminium strips or rags 3 1 White-blue TopLine Plus fence wire 2 Blue TopLine Plus fence tape