High Tensile Fence
Whether it is the boundary that makes a good neighbor, or the subdivision to control livestock and protect crops, or to keep predators away, any farmer or stockperson knows the value of a good fence. In 1977, the revolutionary High Tensile Fence System was introduced into this country from New Zealand and Australia. Since then, High Tensile Fence has proved to be an effective, reliable, low-cost solution with distinct advantages: the smooth wire fence is easy to handle; requires very little maintenance; can
be adapted to specific needs from boundary to trellis; is strong, capable of withstanding intense livestock pressure; is safer for animals; minimizes hide damage; is easily electrified; will outlast most other fences, is attractive and will stay attractive for years to come. Now the company that introduced High Tensile Fencing to the United States presents KIWI the complete high tensile fence system, the choice of the professional contractors now available for the do it yourself market.
Max-Ten wire is a key component in the high tensile fencing system. We offer 3 different products under the Max-Ten brand of wire.  The Max-Ten 200 , the Max-Ten 200+ and the Max-Ten 170.  All three wires are 12 ½ gauge.
An in-line wire strainer or ratchet as they are sometimes called are your tensioning devices on your fence.  They are what keep your fence tight and allow you to re-tension the wire should the need arise.  This type of tensioner....
For years the only way to join wire or end wire was to tie a knot.  A knot is still used today, but we have learned that it does not give full holding ability.  Today the most common and economical  way to join wire is to use crimping sleeves.
Staples / Brace Pins
Staples are used to hold wire to wood posts. They are available in different sizes and different types or styles and gauges.  Our staples are an 8 gauge staple. All staples come with slash points on each end  to  hammer it into the wood post. 
Droppers are used as spacers to tighten up the fence between posts. They attach to the wire, not in the ground. Using Droppers can increase the distance between your wood posts to every 100' and a Poly Dropper at 25'.