Is there a non-electric temporary/semi-permanent sheep fencing?

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Is there such a thing? Long story short we found a advert for 2 free hair sheep and we have a over grown field, so we are thing about getting them! But they perimeter fence we currently have has holes in it (we do plan to fix it). Is there some sort of semi-permanent/temporary fencing we can use before we get that done that? I can’t find anything which isn’t electric, for a few reasons I don’t want electric
 

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If the perimeter fence is around the area you want to graze, just fix the needed areas. Fence is terribly expensive right now. Any fence you use can be temporary...just move it. A few t-posts and connect wire, reverse when ready for moving it.
 

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Cow panels! They are 16’ long, 50” high with 6”x6” holes. T-post on each end, 1 in the middle. Over lap the ends enough to wire to the T-posts. Cut one in half for a gate, use carabiners for hinges and to latch it shut. I love cow panels!
 

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If the perimeter fence is around the area you want to graze, just fix the needed areas. Fence is terribly expensive right now. Any fence you use can be temporary...just move it. A few t-posts and connect wire, reverse when ready for moving it.
Thank you! Once the perimeter fence is done I would like to split the field in to sections, so I still need something to do that. All I could find for non-electric fencing was wooden ones which seem quite hard to put in, so I wouldn’t want to remove it frequently
 

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Stock panels are convenient and easily moved (once you get them home, lol). You could use them to either build a smaller pen or to cover the holes you have.

Cow panels! They are 16’ long, 50” high with 6”x6” holes. T-post on each end, 1 in the middle. Over lap the ends enough to wire to the T-posts. Cut one in half for a gate, use carabiners for hinges and to latch it shut. I love cow panels!
Thank you both! Sadly I can’t even find anything similar to those panels in the uk
 

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Put up a woven wire fence, just don’t stretch it. T-post it, don’t stretch it and when you take it down, use it elsewhere and stretch it tight.
Thank you! I will look into doing this
 

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Is there such a thing? Long story short we found a advert for 2 free hair sheep and we have a over grown field, so we are thing about getting them! But they perimeter fence we currently have has holes in it (we do plan to fix it). Is there some sort of semi-permanent/temporary fencing we can use before we get that done that? I can’t find anything which isn’t electric, for a few reasons I don’t want electric
Cow panels would work great
 
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