November and December are sometimes called "locking season" here in the North - the time to put things away, cover the wood pile, put the snow tires on the car, and get out the waterer heaters. One of the things we just put away is our portable electric net fencing for our chickens.
We got about four inches of very heavy, wet snow on the fence last week, which bent the fiberglass rods in the netting, then iced over and held it all very nicely in place. It rained on it, releasing the fence, so I went out there and folded up the netting carefully and tied it in a bundle, placing it in the shed to store.
Knowing how to handle your electric net fencing makes the job so much easier. I remember when I first tried to install the fence, and I felt like I was wrestling some sort of netlike monster to the ground. Once the spikes of the poles get caught in the mesh of the netting, it can get into quite a tangle. Just lay everything out on the ground as spread out as possible, then slowly work on the tangles one at a time, spreading out each section of fence as you go. And remember to fold, not roll!