2" Heavy Duty Knotted Netting

  • 2" X 25' X 50'
  • $65.00
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  • 2" X 25' X 100'
  • $129.00
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  • 2" X 25' X 150'
  • $194.00
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  • 2" X 50' X 50'
  • $129.00
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  • 2" X 50' X 100'
  • $256.00
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  • 2" X 50' X 150'
  • $379.00
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  • 2" X 100' X 100'
  • $520.00
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  • 2" X 100' X 150' Truck Freight
  • $768.00
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This high quality heavy duty game bird netting is just what you need to contain your game birds. The 2" mesh is perfect for pheasants and larger birds. The heavy duty netting is capable of withstanding 85 pounds. It is made with UV resistant polyethylene which is made to last 7-10 years in the field. The knotted netting is known for not getting caught in peepers and pins if you are protecting your birds form cannibalism or pecking.

This heavy duty netting is perfect for areas that receive snow. However, it is recommended that if your netting is up during any snow that you immediately "beat" the snow from the net.

This style of netting can also be used in any poultry area that you may want to protect your birds from aggressive birds of prey. When your chickens matter to you and you can't keep the birds out of the chicken run this product will be sure to protect them.

Use the rings and ring clincher to install or simply use the zip ties.
Netting is non-returnable once taken out of the original packaging.
The 2" X 100' X 150' Does not include shipping.. Will require freight quote. You can either call in to get the freight quote or if you place your order we will either email or call you with the freight quote before shipping the product. The rest of the nets will ship UPS and the shipping will be calculated in the checkout.
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Hawk netting
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This netting is fantastic. Easy to install. Wish I would of found it years ago.

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The product was easy to install. Main thing is to follow the instructions that come in the box. Take your time.
Dan Delany