The differences between barbed wire and electric fences
The concept of fencing has been in human domain since the civilization of man. Fencing is usually installed around a property or to create boundary to defend against predators. In the agriculture, fencing has been adequately adopted to control the movement of animals or to restrict them within a given perimeter. Many varieties of fences are in use, whereby they depend on the materials used, location, terrain, animals, and the nature of property guarded. Despite the wide diversity of fences adapted in the human spectrum, barbed wire and electric fence have been the most outstanding. Many livestock farmers as well as property owners have adequately adopted these forms of fences in guarding their property as well as restricting their animals. Despite that both forms of fences are made for the same purpose, strong similarities as well as differences exist between them. This paper will compare and contrast the similarities and difference of barbed wire and electric fence.
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