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richard hampshire
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My experience in this is somewhat irritating if it's for the local hunts benefit.

You do a good job then they come along in hunting season to semi dismantle it etc. they cut wires even if you make provision to easy release from one end.

 

 

I would secure to strainers leaving the jump gap separate then they shouldn't compromise the whole fence. Then depending on how posh it needs to be put stock net across it and fold the top or bottom to get required height. Then either drill hole through strainer and put wire through or slip rail. Then it's not too bad to fox later.

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