I have a Hustler 6BTV w/64 ground radials going out 65' in most directions (33' in some). I need to put a fence around the antenna itself (not all the ground radials). I need to do this to protect it from animals that on occasion are put in the field where the antenna is (mainly sheep). The easiest (and strong enough) way of doing it would be to just use 7' metal chain link fence posts and a simple galvanized garden type fence. The sheep will not bother it as it's a barrier and they are not very ambitious. My concern is that it will interfere with either the main antenna or ground radials. 1. How far away from my antenna does the fence need to be (48" tall). I want to fence off as little as possible, say a 4'x4' box around the antenna but do not want to cause issues with the antenna. 2. Will the metal fence cause weird things to take place with the ground radials running under the fence? The ground radials have been in place and stapled to the ground for about 3 weeks now. The grass has grown quite a bit. I can still see them if I search for them, but you really have to look. I am open to other suggestions as well. Thanks!