Safe fencing of elephants - in nature,   parks and in ZOOs

Fencing elephants in their natural environment is a major challenge.

Traditional fencing solutions have not been reliable.

When the surroundings make it difficult to fence off elephants

Fencing in the wild can be problematic with fast-growing vegetation.

When using RubberGuard Wire, the voltage drop is minimal - even over very long distances and regardless of whether the fence wire is affected by vegetation, branches or soil. Therefore, RubberGuard Wire can be advantageously used for fencing elephants in the wild.


RubberGuard Fencing for elephants worldwide

Several large-scale projects in Asia are successfully using RubberGuard Wire to fence elephants.

In Thailand, The National Elephant Institute uses the wire to keep elephants out of cultivated areas so that farmers and elephants can live in peaceful coexistence.

On the border between Burma, Thailand and Laos - in The Golden Triangle - RubberGuard Fencing is used to protect elephants in their natural environment.

In Yangon, Burma, animal rights activists have made improvements to the White Elephants. They can now move around freely - securely secured using RubberGuard Wire instead of being chained.

RubberGuard Wire in

The Golden Triangle

In The Golden Triangle, on the border between Thailand, Laos and Myanmar, John Edward Roberts works to save and protect elephants in the wild.

This includes securing the elephants behind reliable fences. This is his comment: "Our Rubberguard Fence has worked very well on a small scale for a friendly group of elephants for over six months, my board is now ready to begin the next phase."