Buck Head
Deer can be a pest

Plastic Deer Control Fence or Netting

Deer control fencing is the ideal alternative where welded wire has been the traditional solution. It's durability, ease of use, and other practical advantages make it a superior choice. Deer control fencing offers maximum strength due to bi-oriented stretching.

Our fencing comes in three different types of nets: Deer Net Folded, C-Flex and our strongest fence, C-Flex P. Each, once installed with support posts, are effective against pesky deer.

All fence and nets are UV stabilized to withstand outdoor sun exposure, and stay in peak condition even in severe weather. Our fence and nets will not rust, rot or corrode, and will never need painting. They are effective and harmless alternatives to harmful poisons and useless scare tactics. The fence and nets guarantee optimal visibility and allow the transfer of natural light. There are no sharp edges, so the product will not cut your hands during installation.

Deer Net Folded

Deer Net Folded

Deer Net Folded is a popular deer net because it is folded when packaged allowing the products to be easier handled and merchandised. This is recommended for enclosing areas with deer traffic and sporadic deer damage.

Item No. Size (in feet) Price
40066 7' x 100' $131.25

Deer Net Folded

C-Flex

C-Flex Deer Mesh

Actual Mesh Structure

C-Flex is our strongest and most popular fence. It is great for enclosing large or small areas which need protection from deer damage. Also, C-Flex is ideal for seasonal protection when a fence is not needed year-round. It can be easily installed and removed, and is reusable from year to year.

Item No. Size (in feet) Price
C-Flex
001096 7.5' x 100' $336.00
984092 7.5' x 330' $724.50
084099 10' x 330' $1,044.75
C-Flex Premium
602590 7.5' x 164' $498.75

C-Flex

Deer Net Installation Guide

Deer Fence Basics

The choice of professional deer fence installers, our 7+ foot high black plastic meshes are virtually invisible when installed and so will not obstruct views or airflow. Properly installed deer fence is the most economical long-term solution to effective deer control in order to protect landscaping investments.

They are easy to handle and install, attaching to existing trees where available, or to 9' posts.

Deer Net Installation Diagram

Determine the areas you wish to protect. Our product can be used to enclose your entire property, or selected areas. (Please note that the area should be completely enclosed for the best deer protection.) In our experience, using the product along just one or two sides of the area could result in severe damage - it will allow the deer to enter from a particular direction, try to exit from another direction where the fencing has been installed, and damage your fence in their attempt to escape. Therefore, we recommend that you completely enclose the area you wish to protect, either enclosing particular section(s), or your entire property.

Measure the area to be protected in order to determine how many feet of fence to order.

The fencing can be attached to existing trees with U-nails. When doing so, we recommend that the trees are no more than 20' apart. If so, additional supports will be needed. Tubular 1 3/8" pipe rail steel, pressure treated 2 x 4s or 4 x 4s, or metal poles may be used and should be spaced no more than 15' apart. For optimum results use 10' posts which should be buried 3 feet deep. Pull the fence tight before securing to supports. For additional support weave a tension wire along the top and bottom of the fence, securing it to the supports.

Deer are notorious for trying to push under fence! In order to keep them from getting in, be sure the fence netting touches the ground so that you can anchor it using 12" to 18" metal stakes every 8' - 10', or by attaching a running length of wire end to end, securely fastening it to the bottom of the fence.

You will need to attach 12" long white ribbon onto the fence every 10' at a height of 4'. This will allow the deer to see the newly installed barrier, and keep them from running in to it. The ribbon should be left up for six to eight weeks. It is most important to place ribbon along areas of high deer traffic and/or time worn paths (we also recommend using a double layer of fencing where frequently traveled paths exist).

Corner posts may need additional support by using braces or support wires to hold them steady.