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Thegoatman22

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  1. Thegoatman22

    Measurement app

    I just downloaded it to try it, but it does not have great reviews
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    Measurement app

    What android app would people here recommend to measure fence lines for bidding?
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    Tying small box wires

    I have started using the t gripples for the top and bottom line, because I hate to tie that thicker wire, especially on the bottom line. But it would be like 20 bucks to die off no climb with t gripples
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    One man augers

    I was looking at their towable, you think this one is better. How does it react when it hits rocks and roots.
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    One man augers

    Funny funny, I know, but that wont fo some of the places I go either. We are very forested here and people like their trees.
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    One man augers

    I am looking at maybe getting a one man hydraulic tow behind auger. What is your alls opinion on them. I need something that will dig in hard clay better, but can get places a tractor cant, mostly due to width. I have the sthil br 131 right now.
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    Rates for fencing

    I charge 1.50 a ft for year out, I look at the job and bid the expected time to brush clear typically.
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    fixed knot versus squre knot

    They dont seem to hold up as well to livestock, once they start getting pushed down the whole fence folds down together.
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    fixed knot versus squre knot

    I hate hinge knotts. I hate striping them. I hate how they look after a couple years of livestock pressure, or branches/trees falling on them.
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    Wood is outdated

    Looks pretty good. I think it would make alot of sense for people to switch to metal, I set alot of posts in holes full of water.
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    Wood is outdated

    No it's fine. I am curious still what diameter pipes you ate using for your H post
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    Wood is outdated

    I meant that question for Oregon fencer, I wouldn't be against metal posts if I could find a good source of pipes and clientele that wanted them. (I like welding, and my 1 employ is a certified welder) People like the look of the wood around here. And most of my fences are small fences around peoples houses, fences for like 2 goats or a horse, that sort of thing. What size pipes do you use for the H post?
  13. Electrified offsets are the typical way to keep animals off of a fence. I get how chicken wire could be dangerous, but overall I would guess it will not cause any problems. Your neighbor sounds difficult to deal with.
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    Wood is outdated

    Where are you getting your posts/how vit of a load do you have to buy?
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    gripples

    I didn't take pictures, just wondering if I had done something wrong. The second one that broke I had twisted the ends around as a fail safe, but it that didn't matter. And it failed while packing up the truck after finishing the fence, on like a 200 ft barb fence
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