Grazier System

An Entirely New Concept in
Highly Portable & Modular Electric Fence Systems.

Winch corner used In The Grazier System electric fence.

The heart of The Grazier System is its step-in Winch Corner, which carries the ElectroBraid electric rope or alternate fence materials.  This device stores, outputs and retrieves the fence line, and, if The Grazier System is set up as an enclosed pen, performs as one of the corners.

Both the Winch and the Standard Corners are built with GeoTek, Inc.'s, patented-process Sunguard fiberglass, guaranteed to be as smooth 25 years from now as it is today.  Its coating simply cannot and will never separate from the fibers.

Because all corners and line posts are solid fiberglass, electric insulators are not a concern. Just hang, tighten and wrap the electric rope for an incredibly fast and easy installation!

 

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The Grazier System's "Winch Corner."
How long a fence it makes depends upon the selection of rope material. The bigger and stronger the rope, the less we can wind on the spool, and thus a shorter fence. Smaller ropes or tapes make longer fences.

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The bobbins are easily removed and changed or replaced. You can buy more than one bobbin per winch, with different line materials, to make a single Winch Corner more multi-purposed.

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Winch Corner folded, in ready-to-carry position. The wrapping rings at base of head bracket double as a convenient carrying handle.

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The rings at the base of the Winch Corner head bracket are used for wrapping the ropes for the tightening of the fence. The crank and the reel are never used for tightening the fence.

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The steel feet spikes are designed to accept a series of solid blows from a small mallet to get them easily into that hard ground, when simple foot pressure won't do. You can always drive The Grazier System's narrow 5-inch pin into that ground, but getting a traditional post 12 to 18 inches down can be extremely difficult.