PROTECTING lambs, kids, poultry & vulnerable animal AGAINST foxes & wild dogs AT NIGHT
The principle behind 'Foxlights' is that it gives the impression someone could be patrolling the area with a flashlight. To create this illusion in a way a standard flashing light can't, a computer chip controls a random and varying flash. A light sensor triggers the flash of nine LED bulbs between sunset and sunrise.
Foxlights are powered by a standard 6 volt torch battery (*NOT INCLUDED*) giving at least 5 to 6 months of flash.
When the battery runs low, the lights will fade down before stopping.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE:-
Set the lights at approximately 100 to 150 metres apart on star posts in the area where stock is likely to sleep. As a rough guide we recommend 4 lights for 100 sheep and 6 for 200 sheep. This will vary with different levels of vegetation.
In the case of free range poultry set ights near roosting pens or sleeping areas.
FOXLIGHTS ARE DESIGNED AS AN AID IN THE DETERRENT OF NIGHT PREDATORS, BUT MAY NOT SUCCEED AGAINST ALL ATTACKS