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Trident Enterprises 144 Cleveland Avenue - Waynesboro, PA 17268 - 301-476-6896

August 20, 2018


Trident Enterprises Launches Electric Fence Website.

Waynesboro, PA, August 2018: Trident Enterprises is pleased to announce the launch of ElectricFenceCo.com, a retail website devoted to DIY electric fence supplies for diverse landscapes.

In response to the growing concern over the spread of Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD), ElectricFenceCo. is meant to service growers and livestock owners with high quality electric fencing that will keep away cervid species that may be infected with CWD.

In the Summer of 2018, the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources called for changes on deer farms that may require the use of an electric fence. The rule calls for deer farms that have had a CWD infection to install a second fence or solid barrier. CWD-free farms would have three options: add a second fence, add a solid barrier or add an electric fence. Farmers would have one year to comply.

In addition to using electric fence on deer farms, this type of fence is highly recommended for deer and bear management in gardens and for use on farms and ranches to secure livestock including: cattle, horses, pigs, goats and sheep.

On ElectricFenceCo., web visitors can expect to find:

Fence materials for sale;
Relevant blog posts and news articles;
Fence installation instructions.

Visitors are encouraged to connect with ElectricFenceCo. on social media and sign up for the newsletter.

About ElectricFenceCo.

ElectricFenceCo. prides itself as being one of the most trusted names in the fence industry for electric fencing to stop deer and rodent damage from persisting in the garden. Not only is electric fencing suitable for wildlife control; but it is a top choice for livestock owners looking for security fencing for cattle, horses, sheep, goats and pigs. ElectricFenceCo. products are easy to install, DIY projects. ElectricFenceCo. is owned by Trident Enterprises International, located in Waynesboro, Pennsylvania.