Dec. 28, 2018
The Cow Fence has become a net fence in Inner Mongolia. The name of the bullpen network is different in different regions. The bullpen net is also known as the Grassland Fence and the wire mesh fence. In fact, they are all a product, and the role is the same.
The cow fence was developed in 2006 in 1 year. It not only replaces the domestic old-fashioned net fence to save resources for the country. The bullpen network is also called the grassland net. It is a widely used ecological balance in the Americas Europe to prevent landslides and animal husbandry fences, especially in the rainy mountainous areas. Sewing a layer of sunscreen 120 g nylon woven cloth to block the outflow of mud sand has developed rapidly in recent years.
1. Galvanized Cattle Fence is made of high-strength galvanized steel wire with high strength and high tensile strength, which can withstand the violent impact of cattle, horses, sheep and other livestock. Safe and reliable.
2.cow fence grass net wire, corrugated ring surface galvanized, other parts are rust-proof and anti-corrosion application, can adapt to harsh working environment, life expectancy of up to 20 years.
3.cow fence weaving mesh weft adopts the rolling wave process, which enhances the elasticity and cushioning function, and can adapt to the deformation of cold shrinkage and thermal expansion. Keep the net fence up and down.
4.cow fence is simple in structure, easy to maintain, short construction period, small size and light weight
The grassland net is mainly used for: grassland construction in pastoral areas, can build grassland and carry out fixed-point grazing, and graze in separate columns. It can facilitate the planned use of grassland resources, effectively improve grassland utilization and grazing efficiency, prevent grassland degradation and protect the natural environment. At the same time, it is also suitable for establishing family farms with agricultural and pastoral households to set up border guards, farmland fences, forest nurseries, hillsides for afforestation, the isolation of tourist areas and hunting areas, and the isolation and maintenance of construction sites.