I am wondering about putting a second fencer on my fence network.
I recently acquired the neighboring farm. My current 60 acre network of fence wraps around the newly acquired land (I've put the original 80 acre parcel back together). The farmstead and barn yard of the new land is on the inside corner of my fence, and I've just put up a barnyard fence around the new barnyard.
It would be very easy for me to put a fencer in the buildings of the new farmstead. The fencers would be serving the same fence, but from two different locations. The advantage would better voltage when the sheep are near the new farmstead. I have a multitude of cut off switches on the system, and could separate the two fencers with them. But, to err is human, if they are connected and working concurrently, will I damage the fencers?
Looking for insight,
Bear Creek Sheep Station
Bear Creek, WI
Commercial Crossbreeds with Booroola Gene