Two 10 AWG wires for an electric fence were cut by the lawn mowers. I read that electric fences have very low amperage. So a 30 A rating is well above the call of duty: 10-2 type UF-B cable with ground wire (stranded).
That is what's available locally. There is no voltage rating. Although, looking online, I find that similar stranded wires have 1000 VDC (TÜV). Does that mean they're rated only up to 1000 VDC? Or is this just something to do with solar panels?
Edit - This wire is between the energizer and the fence, no man's land.
Aside, why does our electric fence have two wires? To create an open circuit, wouldn't you only need one?