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Based on the CATERPILLAR 910 articulated loader, the EFCU offers Queensland wool producers the capacity to drive posts and run wire with previously unbelievable ease. The hydraulic flow capacity of the CAT 910 gives this machine the capacity to handle the heaviest loading – driving – lifting tasks that building a wild dog exclusion fence can impose. The commercial grade hydraulic hammer can drive the largest steel strainer posts, including heavy drill pipe and even railway iron. Two meter plus line posts can be driven into the toughest soils with ease. The Ezywire® spinner can be loaded with 3 x 250 meter or 2 x 500 mt rolls of prefabricated netting up to 1.8 mt wide. Imagine running out up to a kilometre of fencing – already strained to the correct pre-set tension – before you have to re-load the spinner ! All attachments feature Caterpillar’s “quick attach” coupler and can be attached and detached without leaving the air-conditioned cab. The AWI/LRC EFCU is available to Qld woolgrowers at a minimal dry hire rate and further details are available from LRC on (07) 4658 4111. This is an example of where Australian Wool Innovation has supported efforts to protect the nation’s sheep flock against wild dogs. For more head to Related PostsFood fence pt 2 -posts and fencingGrow a Vertical Vegetable Garden in a Small Space with Hog Wire FencingRegional workshop on fish farmers associations in Asia (22/05/17): Atn BnaglaNo drill simple Vertical Garden for Colorbond© steel fencingLearn English via Listening Level 1 Unit 3 My Flower Garden2012-02-29: Window Farms Unit 1? #FTW!

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