Plastic posts are the perfect solution for a safe and long-lasting pasture fence. They are particularly flexible and robust.
Plastic stakes are ideal for your pasture fence. They are particularly robust and flexible and are easy to handle, which makes them quick to erect and dismantle. They are available in different heights from 78 cm to 171 cm. Find the right plastic post for you in our online shop.
Plastic st akes are ideal stakes for a mobile pasture fence. They are particularly quick to erect and dismantle and are easy to handle. Any pasture fence, whether for poultry, goats and sheep and even horses, the plastic stake provides reliable stability.
particularly stable and durable
quick and easy to install
does not conduct electricity
can be used individually
The plastic stakes are ideally suited for pasture fences and pasture nets. They are often used in the construction of a sheep pasture net. You can use the pasture fence stakes as corner stakes, corner posts, line posts or intermediate posts.
Corner posts are used for changes of direction or the beginnings and ends of a fence. They are essential for the stability of the fence, as the conductor material is brought together there.
Distance posts are positioned between the respective corner posts to give the fence the necessary stability. The ladder material is guided along the fence through them.
Not only the height, but also the choice between a single and double picket are important factors in terms of stability.
Due to a long galvanised ground nail and additional bracing, single spike pasture fence posts are very stable. Single points are particularly suitable for stony soils or areas in the mountains.
The double tip gives the post greater stability. In areas with a particularly loose soil, we recommend the double tops to ensure stability and thus optimal herding security for the animals. In addition, this variant can also be used when the ground is firm but free of stones.
Pasture fence posts with a single step ensure that the post enters the ground easily. However, if the ground is difficult to enter, you should choose a post with a double step.
If the ground is harder, use a double step. This distributes the forces better over the tread and you can get the stake into the ground even on hard ground.
The height of the stakes depends on the animals kept and the fence or net used. As a general rule, the wider or heavier the ladder material, the closer the stakes need to be in wind-prone areas.
The distances also differ depending on the ladder material used.
Strand and wire: 6 m to 8 m
Tape: 3 m (with 40 mm wide tape), 5 m (with 20 mm wide tape), 6 m to 8 m (with 10 mm wide tape)
Electric wire: 4 m (for diameter 6-8 mm), 6 m (for diameter 5-6 mm)
Important: Please consider the conditions on site. If you want to erect a pasture fence on an uneven area, you must use several pasture fence posts.
Plastic posts up to 85 cm: mobile pasture fence (small animals, poultry, sheep & goats, pigs)
Plastic posts up to 115 cm: cattle fences, fences for keeping goats & sheep and pasture fences for horses.
Also ideally suited for dog fences as a game deterrent
Pasture fence posts form the basic framework of a pasture fence. Accordingly, it is important to anchor them deep enough into the ground to achieve sufficient stability.
It is recommended that the post is driven into the ground at least up to a quarter of its total length. Therefore, consider the size when choosing a post. Corner posts are under a particular load, which is why they should be anchored into the ground up to a third of their total length.
Since plastic posts have a ground spike/ground nail, they are exempt from this recommendation. It is sufficient to drive them into the ground in the length of the soil nail.
In our online shop you will find a large product selection of stakes in various sizes or lengths, colours and designs. Our plastic stakes offer optimum hold on the pasture and are quick to erect and dismantle. They are particularly easy to handle. We offer plastic st akes in heights from 78 cm to 171 cm. See for yourself what we have to offer and choose the right post for your fence.