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Dun, I wanted to let you know what finally worked on the calves I couldn't keep in my electric fence. I switched one of the hot wires around my pasture over to a ground wire. Then I added 2 more ground posts and then, about every 10 t-posts I tie wired the ground wire directly to the t-post. I haven't had a calf out since. I didn't run the ground wire directly to my fencer, should I? Thanks all for the help on my original question.

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No need with the added ground rods and the t-posts. If it's working why change it around? Glad it worked out for you

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> Dun, I wanted to let you know what
> finally worked on the calves I
> couldn't keep in my electric
> fence. I switched one of the hot
> wires around my pasture over to a
> ground wire. Then I added 2 more
> ground posts and then, about every
> 10 t-posts I tie wired the ground
> wire directly to the t-post. I
> haven't had a calf out since. I
> didn't run the ground wire
> directly to my fencer, should I?
> Thanks all for the help on my
> original question.
 

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