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5 hours ago, gary112 said:

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Looking good Gary 

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2 hours ago, gary112 said:

Private concrete drive,the gate is there for crossing stock from one side to the other,the old fence i took down was the same style and customer chose to have it put back the same,only sheep on the farm and the customer will only have oak when it comes to post and rail.I,ve done 300 mtrs of it so far all round there garden.

Thanks. I maintain over 10 mile of fencing over the many fields we rent and gave up on so-called tanalised round posts as they weren't lasting 5 year on limestone down here near Bath. Sawn oak and split chestnut are our preference but I've heard some give up on wooden stakes altogether and are using angle iron or even scaffolding poles. Glad you get the opportunity to do it properly.

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