Netting is a useful form of fencing that can be used for a variety of purposes, from excluding vermin such as rabbits through to controlling domesticated animals such as poultry. There are a variety of heights, mesh spacings and wire diameters to suit specific purposes. The netting pattern is produced in reverse twist to better absorb impact. Two ply selvedge wire is used to give the netting added strength. Ideal to exclude vermin and feral animals as well as controlling domesticated stock such as horses and camelids. Use as an apron on fences. Lay flat on the ground or buried in a trench as an added barrier against burrowing animals such as wild dogs, foxes, rabbits, wallabies and wombats.