I will be happy to. I did set up an test area 30' by 30' electric fence last summer around some producing apple trees. I used 6 foot tall T-posts about every 10-15 feet with the plastic yellow clips to attach the wire and had 5 strands of wire running from close to the ground up to about 4 feet. The charger was grounded by 2 - 6 foot copper grounding rods.
Here are some of my observations: My 1st charger - the battery operated Havahart charger was turned out to be worthless, it may have slowed down some squirrels but not the bigger varmints. I went to Tractor Supply and got one of those 100 mile chargers that runs to a house power outlet and that stopped all the varmints from getting thru. Second, I started off with the thin black and yellow braided wire and found that to be way to flimsy and went back and got 14 gauge fence wire which worked much better. Might even get the 12 gauge next time. After these adjustments, nothing touched the apples and I could actually enjoy some fruits of my labor.
The plan this spring is to enclose my most of my orchard with black 4 to 5 foot mesh wire attached to T-posts having 1 or 2 electric wires running along the top like in this video. I hope, being black that mesh the fence will be kind of inconspicuous, I may paint the T-posts black as well:
I hope to stop everything but deer with this fence. If deer get to be a problem, my thought is to possibly convert it into one of those 3-D fences by adding another electric wire a few feet off the ground and around 3 outside of the mesh fence. I like the idea of the electric wire only running along the top of the fence so young kids and pets will hopefully not be endangered. I will need to put up those warning signs as well.
I welcome comments and suggestions to this fence plan, Chris.