« Return to Press Releases

New Zareba Website Provides Users with Expanded Information on Electric Fencing

LITIZ, Pa., Jan. 31, 2011 -- Woodstream Corporation, a global manufacturer of animal control products including the FiShock and Zareba brand of electronic containment systems that provide safe, economical alternatives to barbed and woven wire fencing, has launched a new website for its Zareba products at http://www.zarebasystems.com.  The new site offers a wealth of information on electric fencing as well as how to contain animals by type.

 

The site features various fencing options used to contain beef and dairy cattle, sheep, goats, hogs, pigs, horses, pets and exotics as well as how to keep out unwanted deer, elk, wolf, coyote, rabbits and other small critters.  The website also provides extensive information about how Zareba's accessories, such as portable equine fence kits, aid in making a fence function the exact way an end user wants it to. 

 

Alan Johnson, Category Development Manager for Electronic Containment at Woodstream noted, "In conjunction with the launch of our new Zareba site, we have incorporated several social media outlets into our communications methods, one of the first companies in our industry to do so.  Users of our products take pride in their farming and have a wealth of information to share, so we wanted to be able to bring as broad a knowledge base as possible to everyone within this community."

 

Users can now find Zareba on Facebook and Twitter, as well as review tips on the company's website in its dedicated blog entitled "Your Side of the Fence."

 

The new website also features a learning center page where users can educate themselves about high tensile systems, chargers and why electric fencing is beneficial. There is also a page that features what is new at Zareba.

 

Other areas of the site include e-commerce, customer service, helpful resources and information about Zareba. 

 

For high res download and full text: http://www.simongroup.com/PressRoom/press-release.php?Job=WOD-A-15053

 

Subscribe to Woodstream's RSS feed: http://feeds.feedburner.com/woodstream