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Cage 2m x 1m x 0.4m for pre-release of partridge
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Partridge pre-release cage
Technical data :
Dimensions : Length 200 x Width 100 x Height 40 cm
Cage made of galvanized locksmith's wire mesh
Made in France in our workshops.
This net is :
Braided without knots
Cut in 50mm square mesh.
Equipped with a black polyethylene rope of diameter 3 entirely sewn around the edge of the net, which greatly increases the resistance. Wire diameter: 1.8mm
The partridge pre-release cage can accommodate 10 to 12 partridges.
The panels are assembled using cable ties or plastic fasteners supplied.
Equipped with a pre-release airlock, the modular partridge pre-release cage has 2 sliding doors and an aviary net roof (more flexibility) to avoid injuring the birds.
As an option, you have the possibility to take a locksmith panel (2x1m) to put at the bottom of the partridge pre-release cage (ref 701821) to prevent predators from entering.
How to use it :
The pre-release cage allows to manage the partridge restocking.
It is necessary for a reinforcement of a population or for a re-establishment in order to increase the densities of partridges on a territory.
The partridge pre-release cage is placed in areas of open cultivated plains, with alternating meadows, pastures, crops interspersed with hedges, etc.
In addition to these amenities, agronomy has a very important role to play in fixing a population in an area.
The level of predators is incompatible with the increase of small game populations, their regulation is essential, you can consult our trapping equipment.
There are also shelters called anti-busard frames that allow partridges to protect themselves from raptors.
Find out more about partridges :
The partridge is a stocky bird with short tail and wings, it weighs between 350 and 400g. It is remarkable for its flight and plumage. There are several species of partridge, the most common in Europe are : the grey partridge and the red partridge.