Thanks, Ive a good perimeter fence, its just to strip graze, so not overly worried if its blown over, more worried about losing lambs on it. Might have saved money with poly wire though.Netting really has a very limited place now that reels and poly wire is so good. Last time I used netting a storm blew it flat and 150 ewes walked through it and it was a serious mess, the poly wire stayed in place and I have never had a tangle, lambed plenty of sheep with triple strand around parts of fields and never a problem
We have a poultry run in the corner of a field fenced off from sheep with three strands of mains fencing, to keep the sheep and foxes out and a four foot high poultry mesh inside, to keep the hens in. Found a lamb the other day grazing in the poultry run. don't know how it got in. I've had kicks from the fence and it really hurts, but our lambs don't seem to notice that much, wool must be a good insulator.