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Discussion Board - Won at an Auction today

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09-15-2012 15:57:55

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Went to an auction looking for fence posts and fencing. I want to fence my road frontage to keep the beagles from crossing the road in pursuit of rabbits. I bought 10 like-new T-posts for $12.50 and 23 used wood posts for $20.00 and a good length of 2 x 4 16 gage or heavier wire fence for 10 bucks. I still need more, but it's a start. It's kind of rusty, but solid and a beagle doesn't weight much. I loaded all the posts on a skid and moved them with my carry all and TO-30. Moved the fence the same way. Wish I had more cash; a nice Blackhawk grain drill went for $140.00.


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09-17-2012 05:29:51

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 Re: Won at an Auction today in reply to fergienewbee, 09-15-2012 15:57:55  
Thanks, Gordo. Come winter most of the electric fence would be under the snow.


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09-16-2012 17:02:42

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 Re: Won at an Auction today in reply to fergienewbee, 09-15-2012 15:57:55  
Those posts and three strands of hi tensile wire would be a lot cheaper. Put the wires at 5 inches 12 inches and 20 inches. You don't need a very big charger.After they hit it once you can turn it off forever.

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