The grounding rod for electric fence wire should be around 4 feet long. Drive it into ground directly below the charger, or at the closest point where ground access is available. Drive the grounding rod at least 3 feet into the ground, or all the way in, leaving only 3 to 6 inches exposed above ground level.
To do this: Turn off the energizer. Short circuit the fence to ground at least 330' (100 m) away from the energizer. Turn on the energizer. Use a digital voltmeter to measure the fence voltage. Attach the voltmeter clip to the last ground rod of the grounding system.
Post signs on electric fences along public roads or near residences.. Inferior connections and splices of the fence wire, ground wire, lead-out wire, and jumper
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GROUNDING SYSTEMS FOR ELECTRIC FENCES. THE EFFECT OF SOIL CONDITIONS. Electric fences are designed so the animal will complete the electrical .