HARRISVILLE, N.H. — Wellscroft Fence Systems in Harrisville, NH will host a free one day Fall Fence Building Clinic, Saturday, September 15, 2017 from 8:30 am to 3:00 pm. Discussion topics will range from winterizing your fence to permanent and semi-permanent electric fence systems to non-electric woven wire and other physical barrier systems. Participants will have hands-on opportunities to try out products and build fence. For more information and to register, please visit .
Morning and afternoon clinics, hands-on lessons and demonstrations, and free advice from our fence experts will help attendees learn to select, plan, build and maintain electric and non-electric agricultural fencing that best meets their needs. Morning sessions will focus on both permanent and semi-permanent electric fence systems, and preparing your fence and energizer for winter. Afternoon sessions will cover non-electric, physical fence systems. Attendees should bring their own bag lunch.
Wellscroft’s facility is located on a working farm that uses all styles of electrical and woven wire fencing, providing a great opportunity for attendees to see firsthand how various fences withstand the test of weather and time. Parts of the clinic are conducted outdoors and will be held rain or shine. Attendees should dress accordingly.
Participants who wish to pick up an order or estimate at the clinic should place their order or estimate request at least one week prior to the event to allow time for processing.
About Wellscroft Fence Systems
Wellscroft Fence Systems in New England’s foremost agricultural fence provider. For over 40 years, Wellscroft has tested the products it sells at its own working farm, nominated as a New Hampshire Farm of Distinction in 1999. Owner David Kennard is a leader in the sheep industry and has received the Andrew L. Felker award for significant contributions to the health and vitality of New Hampshire agriculture. For more information, please visit www.wellscroft.com.
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