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  1. Something a bit different! I've been to a clients this morning to look at a Lime tree that lies on the border of the property. The client wants to fence around the tree but the post will be directly in the roots of the tree within centimetres of the stem. Has anyone come across a fencing system that will allow the fence to go around the tree without digging posts in?
  2. Does anyone know how to go about adding extra horizontal lines to stock netting? I need to bisect the bottom 2 holes to keep some ducks in. I have in the past simply pulled some extras lines and hog ringed them in place but its a bit of a bodge and its at my gaff so it would bother me for the rest of my days! There must a way of knotting around the verticals with a smaller gauge wire to add lines?
  3. I was wondering if anyone runs a pto post basher on the back of their alpine tractor? I have been asked by a number of customers if I can install/ replace stock fencing at their properties once the ground dries up a bit and am inclined to take on the work if I can match an implement to my existing tractor. most of the runs are fairly short (+- 200m) and a little fiddly so not well suited to a full size contractor set up. what are people’s experience with the smaller post bashers? Can they stomach strainers and even gate posts? Any recommendations or advice welcome.
  4. Does anyone know a rough guide price as to what price range per meter it might cost to get stock proof fencing put up? ie 3-4 feet high sheep fence with a strand of barbed wire above it to keep farm stock from the adjacent field getting into woodland. For roughly 500 metres of fence on stony ground. Thanks
  5. Hi, I have seen some older posts on the subject of Stock Fencing and wondered if anyone could help. We cover grounds maintenance, and have done dozens of small 50/100lm jobs with stock fencing. I have been asked to give a guide price on 4000lm of stock and single barbed. Decent tractor access, not withstanding any gates or stiles, is there a guide to lm pricing?. Thanks in advance Colin
  6. Part time worker wanted any of the following skills would be preferable..but a good work ethic in a must... Hedge cutting Clearing Strimming River work throughout the summer Spraying!! Planting Stock fencing !! Domestic fencing Some basic trees are done by me but would be nice to have a climber. Also do a few logs Bonus if u have Spray tickets Saw tickets Brushcutting tickets Trailer Experience in Hedge laying would be very helpful! Please contact James On 07510753293 Thanks in advance👍🏻
  7. Hello I've been asked to quote for a feather edge board fencing job, it's located near Bromyard Worcestershire, at this present time I'm just to busy to consider taking on but need someone I can relay on to undertake it. It's my reputation as wel as there's so anyone untested please get in touch.
  8. We are looking for a self employed individual to help with our expanding Chestnut fencing production. The job will involve selection, cutting and then production of the chestnut fencing products that we supply. Applicants will need to have at least there CS30 and and there own transport to and from work. We are looking for someone who is enthusiastic, hard working and happy to work in the best of the british weather as part of out team. Good rates of pay as day rate or piece rate basis. E-mail us at [email protected] with your CV or give us a call on 07505 094 691
  9. Hi my name is Gareth, I am the owner of Environmental Land Management Solutions. I currently conduct agricultural and forestry fencing and small tree work in the winter months (mainly scrub clearance). Soon we will offer drystone walling in the Yorkshire region. As the post says I am looking for fencing work in the Yorkshire region and in the north Lincolnshire , Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire areas. Quotes given on all jobs, no job to small. Contact me regarding any work you would like a quote on. Contact me by email or by phone. Email: [email protected] Phone: 07854929419 (if I do not pick up leave your name and number I will contact you back, I am often in places with poor network and don't want to miss your calls altogether).
  10. VERY URGENT! Does anyone with experience installing 358 security fencing want work till the 23rd. It's in Cheshire Looking for 2 people to start tomorrow. Adam TEXT 07504 879540 and i will call you back.. or PM me
  11. Hiya, I'm planning a stock fencing job using sweet chestnut for the strainers and intermediates etc. A couple of questions if anyone's got experience of this please: I'm planning on using 3-4" round intermediates for a more 'conventional' look. Do you know whether cleaved profiles would give a significantly longer life because there's less sapwood? I'd expect a better lifespan but need to judge whether it's significantly better - hoping 3-4" thick enough to balance this out. Bark on seems to blend into the landscape much better, do you know how much this would reduce the lifespan of the fence? Can anyone recommend a good supplier? Shipping is down to Cornwall so will need bulk to keep transport down. Many thanks!!
  12. What is the best wood for fence posts for fencing as i find softwood post are treable and do not last any time.due to the cost of fence post at the moment and the bad treaments. i am condering planting some sc coppice but i am not shore about what condition it likes and i can not find any thing on yeilds classes, cost of coppicing exctra and ther is next to nothering in the way of forestry here so it can be hard to get adivice. but if ther are any wood that are better can you sugest them as well. and what gentic stock is better i feel it would be viable to do this as it would easer and they would last longer. this would be much apreached NI Tree


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