Dec 6, 2007

Snap up fence makes access easier

The deer are a problem in winter and early spring, or a drought, actually most of the time. This could also be used for a chicken tractor or adjustable paddock.

I don't want things to be permanent structures I can't adjust. This was a fast fence using a tulip auger on my drill and 3"by 7' fence posts.
I used electric fence wire snaps to hold the 2x3 wire mesh on the posts.
I can take it down and use it elsewhere if need be. Makes for a simple and invisible gate too.
Dan

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